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Chahun Main Ya Na Lyrics – Arijit Singh, Palak Muchhal

“Chahun Main Ya Na”
Tu hi ye mujhko bata de
Chahun main ya naa
Apne tu dil ka pata de
Chahun main ya naa

Tu hi ye mujhko bata de
Chahun main ya naa
Apne tu dil ka pata de
Chahun main ya naa

Itna bata doon tujhko
Chaahat pe apni mujhko
Yun tto nahi ikhtiyaar
Phir bhi yeh socha dil ne
Ab jo laga hoon milne
Poochhu tujhe ek baar

Tu hi ye mujhko bata de
Chahun main ya naa
Apne tu dil ka pata de
Chahun main ya naa

Aisi kabhi pehle hui naa thi khwaahishein
O.. kisi se bhi milne ki
Naa ki thi koshishein
Uljhan meri suljha de
Chaahun main ya naa
Aankhon aankhon mein jataa de
Chaahun main ya naa

Mere chhote chhote khwaab hain
Khwabon mein geet hain
Geeton mein zindagi hai
Chaahat hai, preet hai
Abhi main na dekhoon khwaab woo
Jin mein na tu mile
Le khole honth maine
Ab tak the jo sile

Mujhko na jitna mujh pe
Utna iss dil ko tujh pe
Hone laga aitbaar
Tanha lamhon mein apne
Bunti hoon tere sapne
Tujhse hua mujhko pyaar o o…
Poochungi tujhko kabhi naa
Chaahun main ya naa
Tere khaabon mein ab jeena
Chaahun main kyun naa!

Tu hi yeh mujhko bata de
Chahun main ya naa
Apne tu dil ka pata de
Chahun main ya naa

About Arijit Singh and Palak Muchhal

Rather than being a playback singer, Arijit Singh is a music programmer and is from Jiaganj in Murshidabad, West Bengal, which is in Punjab, whereas his mother is Bengali, and he was born to a Punjabi parent and a Bengali mother.

He was introduced to music through his mother, whose maternal grandmother used to sing and whose maternal aunt had studied Indian classical music in India, so he started training in music from his house. Also, his maternal uncle is a tabla player. As a musician and singer, his mother taught him about music as well as playing the tabla, which he is now mastering.

For his academic studies, he attended Raja Bijay Singh High School and Sripat Singh College, which is part of the University of Kalyani. Singh believes that Singh was a decent student who was more interested in music than academics. Due to his inclination towards music, his parents decided that he should be professionally trained as a musician.

There were three people that influenced them. Rajendra Prasad Hazari taught him Indian classical music, Dhirendra Prasad Hazari taught him the tabla, and Birendra Prasad Hazari taught him Rabindra Sangeet and pop music.

A few years ago, he made his debut on the reality show Fame Gurukul (2005), where he lost the finals in a competitive series. Singh has recently won another reality show called 10 Ke 10 Le Gaye Dil, and after winning the show, he set up a recording studio of his own. This was the beginning of his journey in the music industry. His next step was to become an assistant music programmer to a number of musicians such as Pritam Chakraborty, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Vishal Shekhar, Mithoon and more.

His career gained more prominence when “Tum Hi Ho” from Aashiqui 2 became available to the public.  On December 11, 2008, he was awarded the Best Male Playback Singer award at the 59th Filmfare Awards for the song.

About Palak Muchhal

In the year 1992, Palak Muchhal was born in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India, on the 30th of March. There is no doubt that she will grow up in a middle-class family, as she has parents Rajkumar Muchhal and Amita Muchhal. Having started singing at an early age, she has been singing ever since. A week ago, she spent a week singing door-to-door to collect money for the Kargil war soldiers to help them pay for what they needed. She and her younger brother Palash Muchhal, who is also being trained to perform stage shows on stage, have been performing stage shows since March 2000 in India and abroad in order to raise funding for the hospitalization expenses of poor children with heart-related ailments. Since January 2013, she has saved the lives of 556 children. It is in recognition of her charity work that the Government of India and other public institutions have awarded her various awards. At the end of 2006, Muchhal relocated to Mumbai from Delhi. With the title song of the 2011 film Damadamm, she made her Bollywood playback singing debut on a Bollywood record.

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