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Raazi Title Track

Raazi Title Track Lyrics

Verse 1

The paths of living are complicated and winding. Fate is like a crooked game and you must catch hold of the hands of your intentions. These paths will straighten if your heart agrees with it.

Gulzar paints a vivid picture of life. Suggesting that one must embrace life and take control of one’s destiny rather than being a mere bystander.

WORD – Purpech – Winding/Complicated, Baazi – Game, Raazi – Agree.

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The paths of living are complicated and winding. Fate is like a crooked game and you must catch hold of the hands of your intentions. These paths will straighten if your heart agrees with it.

Gulzar paints a vivid picture of life. Suggesting that one must embrace life and take control of one’s destiny rather than being a mere bystander.

WORD – Purpech – Winding/Complicated, Baazi – Game, Raazi – Agree.

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Verse 2

This is a game of passion and the wounds are fresh. Put your heart on the line if your heart agrees with what is to come.

A possible reference to putting everything on the line when the time of making a decision arrives.

WORD – Lagan – Passion, Chhot – Wound, Daav -Throw of a dice.

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This is a game of passion and the wounds are fresh. Put your heart on the line if your heart agrees with what is to come.

A possible reference to putting everything on the line when the time of making a decision arrives.

WORD – Lagan – Passion, Chhot – Wound, Daav -Throw of a dice.

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Verse 3

Where will our heart take us? These limits are boundless. A possible reference to how these limits are imaginary and always in our mind. Once we set our mind to something, anything is attainable.

Let the passion come alive. That is one when we shall reach the limits of what is possible.

WORD – Had – Boundary, Behad – Boundless, Sarhad – Boundary/Limit.

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  1. kj8 says:

    Two lines in this verse are wrong. It actually is “Kahan le jaaye dil / Jo had hai behad hai / Lagan me jaan jaaye / Wahi to sarhad hai”. So the whole meaning of this verse changes to- There’s no limit where your heart can take you, and if you follow it with devotion, then you will lose yourself into it (whatever you are following), and that is the ultimate destination or the limit.




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Where will our heart take us? These limits are boundless. A possible reference to how these limits are imaginary and always in our mind. Once we set our mind to something, anything is attainable.

Let the passion come alive. That is one when we shall reach the limits of what is possible.

WORD – Had – Boundary, Behad – Boundless, Sarhad – Boundary/Limit.

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  1. kj8 says:

    Two lines in this verse are wrong. It actually is “Kahan le jaaye dil / Jo had hai behad hai / Lagan me jaan jaaye / Wahi to sarhad hai”. So the whole meaning of this verse changes to- There’s no limit where your heart can take you, and if you follow it with devotion, then you will lose yourself into it (whatever you are following), and that is the ultimate destination or the limit.




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Verse 4

That which is incomplete is ahead of us and that which is complete is in the past. Put your heart on the line if your heart agrees with what is about to come.

Gulzar speaks about the future and the past. Rather than dwelling on the past, he speaks about focusing on the challenges and experiences that lie ahead.

WORD – Muqammal – Complete, Maazi – Past.

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That which is incomplete is ahead of us and that which is complete is in the past. Put your heart on the line if your heart agrees with what is about to come.

Gulzar speaks about the future and the past. Rather than dwelling on the past, he speaks about focusing on the challenges and experiences that lie ahead.

WORD – Muqammal – Complete, Maazi – Past.

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Verse 5

Be aware of the air around you and your surroundings. Do not step on the earth below you because you will leave behind your imprints. Burn in your own flames.

This is a clear reference to the protagonist, Sehmat and her profession as a spy. She must always be careful and attentive, making sure she leaves no signs of her whereabouts.

WORD – Hawayein – Winds, here it refers to the surrounding’s, Nishaa - Imprint.

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Be aware of the air around you and your surroundings. Do not step on the earth below you because you will leave behind your imprints. Burn in your own flames.

This is a clear reference to the protagonist, Sehmat and her profession as a spy. She must always be careful and attentive, making sure she leaves no signs of her whereabouts.

WORD – Hawayein – Winds, here it refers to the surrounding’s, Nishaa - Imprint.

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