Phir Se Ud Chala Lyrics – Mohit Chauhan

phir se ud chala lyrics

Oo .. ho ho ..
Phir se ud chala
Ud ke choda hai
jahaan neech mein tumhare
ab hoon hawale
Door door log baag meelon
door yeh vaadiyan

Ghar, dhuaan dhuaan tan har
badli chali aati hai choone
Aur koi badli kabhi kahi kar de
tan geela yeh hai bina ho…

Kisi manzar par
Main ruka nahi
Kabhi khud se bhi
Mein mila nahi
Yeh gila toh hai
Mein khafa nahi

Shehar ek se
Gaau ek se
Log ek se
Naam ek oo…

Phir se ud chala main
Mitti jaise sapne yeh kitna bhi palkon se
jhaado phir aa jaate hain

Itne saare sapne kya kahoon
Kis tarah se maine tode hain chode hain,
Phir saath chale, mujhe
le ke ude yeh kyun oo ..

Kabhi daal daal,
kabhi paat paat
Mere saath saath,
phir dar dar yeh
Kabhi sehera,
kabhi saavan
Banu raavan kyun mann manke

Kabhi daal daal,
kabhi paat paat
Kabhi din hai raat,
kabhi dinmin hai
Kya sach hai, kya maya,
hai daata, hai daata

Idhar uudhar, titar bitar
Kya hai pata, hawa liye jaye teri ore
Kheenche teri yaaden teri yaaden teri ore

Rang birange vehmon mein,
main udta phirun

Rang birange vehmon mein,
main udta phirun

Oo .. ho ho ..

Mohit Chauhan

The singer, songwriter and lyricist died at his Mumbai home yesterday due to cardiac arrest. He was 42.

Chauhan had been suffering from multiple ailments over the last few months. His health deteriorated rapidly after he suffered a stroke last September.

He had recently returned from London where he underwent treatment for prostate cancer.

In 2017, he was diagnosed with acute kidney failure following which he was put on dialysis.

His family members said that he had been undergoing treatment since June.

He leaves behind wife Neha Chauhan and daughter Aaradhya.

Aaradhya posted a tribute to her father on Twitter. She wrote, “My dad always told me that I am my mother’s gift to him. So today I dedicate this post to you. You are my biggest inspiration.”

She added that she loved him very much and thanked everyone for their prayers and support.

Early life

Mohit Chauhan was born on 11 March 1966 in the town of Nahaan, Sirmaur district in Himachal Pradesh. His parents had moved to India from Pakistan during Partition. He grew up in a very poor family, where his mother worked as a housewife while his father was employed in a government office. His father later transferred jobs several times and eventually settled down in Ambala, Haryana.

After finishing high school from Our Lady of Snow School, he joined Government College for Women, Chandigarh, where he completed graduation in Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. While studying there, he met his wife, Shilpa, whom he married in 1989. They have one daughter, Aditi.

He earned a Master of Philosophy degree in English literature from Panjab University, Chandigarh. In 1992, he received a scholarship from the Indian Council of Cultural Relations and went to United States for further studies. Thereafter, he got a Ph.D. in English literature from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.

In 1994, he returned to India and joined Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, as a lecturer in English language. Later, he became a professor of English language and Dean of Faculty of Humanities. After serving as dean for seven years, he retired from PAU in July 2012.

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