Kar Har Maidaan Fateh Lyrics
Conquer every ground that you set your foot on, restricted one!
WORD - Fateh is an Arabic word which means Conqueror.
FACT - The word Bandeya has several meanings but in the context of this song, it refers to a person who finds himself restrained and struggling to set himself free. Bandeya also means Beloved.
The opening lines of this song are in stark contrast to Main Badhiya Tu Bhi Badhiya where Sanju is described as a free bird. Signifying that he is now at a different stage in his life.
You are a wounded bird, show the world that you are still alive. There is courage still left inside you.
Sanju is right now at the lowest point in his life but the battle isn't over. He still has an opportunity to overcome his addictions and struggles and become a better man.
WORD - Ghayal - Wounded, Parinda - Bird, Hausla - Courage.
Beyond this madness that surrounds you, the sky seeks protection and refuge. It waits for the decision you are about to make.
Amidst all the struggles that surround him, the people around Sanju eagerly wait to see the decision he will make. Will he continue to wallow in his addictions or will he rise from the ashes?
WORD - Junoon - Madness, Panahe - Shelter/Protection, Faisala - Decision.
So what if your fate is displeased and angry? So what if your sword is broken? After all, one can only grow when one breaks.
At one point, Sanju was on top of the word, a superstar! But now, he is like a wounded warrior who's sword has been broken. His vulnerabilities are out in the open.
WORD - Roothi - Angry and displeased, Shamsherin - Sword, Taqdeerein - Fate.
Climbing over these clouds of misfortune. Catching hold of time by it’s collar, ask victory about it’s whereabouts.
WORD – Girabaan – Collar, Baadalon – Clouds, Pata – Address.
FACT– The word- Gardishon has two meanings - Misfortune and Revolution. Alluding to this wonderful opportunity that the protagonist has, to transform this misfortune into something wonderful.
Aasmaan ki hadh se guzar ke
Ho ja tu bheed se juda
Bheed se juda -2
Fill up your fist with the moon and stars, move beyond the limits of the sky. Separate yourself from the crowd.
For Sanju, the present may look bleak but the future is filled with promise. But he must be ready to sacrifice a lot to achieve what’s in store for him.
WORD – Mutthiuon – Fist, Guzar – Pass by, Juda – Separate.
You may be just an atom in this universe. But you are an atom made of iron, build your broken sword with these pieces.
At this point he is broken, but Sanju has a wonderful opportunity to once again mould his broken self and transform himself to the sharp sword, he once was.
WORD – Zarra – Atom/Particle, Loha – Iron, Charra – Pellet, Shamsheeron – Sword.
Your efforts will reap success when there is fire in your persistence. Hope will not blow away this fire.
At this point of time, hope is the only thing that Sanju can cling on.
WORD – Zidd – Persistence, Umeediyan – Hope.
Baahon ke nishaanon mein dhal ke
Dhoondh lenge apna aashiyan
Apna aashiyan apna aashiyan
Behind you, these paths will continue to walk and eventually rest in the arms of your destination. It will find it’s home eventually.
The protagonist realises he cannot control things that are not in his control. But he must realise that life will move on and eventually, things will get better.
WORD – Baahon – Arms, Aashiyan – Home (Also the name of the song from Barfi starring Ranbir Kapoor)
Meet these moments eye to eye and fight with your heart and soul to overcome this moment. After all, your broken sword will eventually be rebuilt.
WORD – Jee Jaan – Heart and Soul.
FACT - Lyricist, Shekhar Astitwa uses a grammatical tool called “Aposiopesis.” This involves purposely leaving a sentence incomplete.
Throughout this song the line – “Tooti shamsheeron se hi ho....” Has been left incomplete. It is usually done when the protagonist is filled with passion and anger.