Ghar expresses loneliness when one’s beloved is away. Irshad Kamil uses the metaphor of a house which is empty when its occupant is absent.
Sejal feels as if she is a house which is empty when he isn’t around. An empty house doesn’t seem like a house anymore. Harry may roam around all the cities of the world, but eventually, he belongs only to her.
WORD- Khaali: Empty, Ghar: Home, Shehar: City.
For a long time, all that had been written on her was solely his name. A possible reference to the name board which you’d find outside everyone’s home.
Everything that she owns, her experiences and her feelings, everything that has ever belonged to Sejal, is now all his.
Harry is everything to her: he is her affection, he represents what is true and right in life. Everyone and everything else around Sejal seems temporary.
WORD- Chaahat: Affection, Haqq: is an Arabic word for truth. The word Haqq is a Sufi concept which means ultimate reality.
Jalte hain faasley
Milna tere gale par mill rahe ye gale
Aaja mita ye jo hai faasla tera mera -2
Harry feels like the distances between them are envious of their relationship for reasons unknown to him.
He wants to embrace Sejal, but he is instead embraced by these distances. Calling her close to him, Harry wishes to erase the distances that exist between them.
WORD- Bewajah: For no reason, Faasley: Distances, Gale: Embrace, Mita: Erase.