Tera Hoke Rahoon describes the early days of a relationship. If this woman wishes, she could make him happy. Instead of I, they’d then become WE.
Asking her if she could make some space for him within her heart? Hoping that she would lessen the distances that exist between them. At this point, she doesn’t completely trust him yet.
WORD- Khushiyan – Happiness, Faaslon – Distances, Yaara – Companion.
He’s been praying, asking for blessings. But he has only one wish – that day after day, he gets to know her better and be in her company. Realizing that he’d never be annoyed, when in her company.
WORD- Dua – Prayer/Blessing, Dinbadin – Day after day, Uff- Annoyed.
Whatever happens, he’ll make sure that one day, they’ll be together. The title of the movie is a clever play on the opening lines of the Indian pledge – “All Indians are my brothers and sisters”.
This man has no intentions of making this gorgeous woman his sister, despite the fact that people around him believe he has no chance of winning her trust.
WORD- Tera Hoke Rahoon – I will be yours, no matter what.
The affection that he had been longing for, all these years – She represents this feeling. The dreams that he had envisioned – this woman represents those very dreams.
WORD- Barson – Since many years, Chaahat – Affection, Khwaab – Dreams.
She’s the reason, his soul is finally at peace. A sense of tranquillity takes over. The madness that she represents has now rubbed off on him too.
FACT- Lyricist, Bipin Das uses opposite words to describe the impact this woman has had on the protagonist. Despite being a bit crazy in her approach to life, she still manages to instil a sense of calm within him.
WORD- Rooh - Soul, Sukoon – Peace, Junoon – Madness.