Daayre Lyrics from Dilwale: A sad song sung by Arijit Singh and composed by Pritam with lyrics penned down by Amitabh Bhattacharya featuring Shahrukh Khan, Varun Dhawan, Kajol & Kriti Sanon.

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“DAAYRE” SONG INFO

SingerArijit Singh
AlbumDilwale
LyricistAmitabh Bhattacharya
MusicPritam
DirectorRohit Shetty
LanguageHindi
Music LabelSony Music India

DAAYRE LYRICS

Dilon ki mohabbat ko baandhe kyun
Haaye re!
Dilon ki mohabbat ko baandhe kyun
Haaye re!
Daayre.. daayre..
Daayre.. daayre..

Hain kyun faasle darmiyaan leke aaye re
Hain kyun faasle darmiyaan leke aaye re
Daayre.. daayre..
Daayre.. daayre..

Kaanch ke wo khwaab
naazuk the humare saare
Chhoone se hi tootne lage
Mannaton mein umr bhar ka
saath jinka manga
Humsafar wo chhootne lage

Na marna munasib
Jiya bhi naa jaaye re
Na marna munasib
Jiya bhi naa jaaye re
Haaye re!
Daayre.. daayre..
Daayre.. daayre..

Oo… na na..

Written by:
Amitabh Bhattacharya

DAAYRE MUSIC VIDEO

Dilwale (transl. Braveheart) is a 2015 Indian Hindi-language action comedy film directed by Rohit Shetty and produced by Gauri Khan at an approximate budget of ₹165 crore. Distributed by Red Chillies Entertainment, it stars an ensemble cast, consisting of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol in their seventh film together with Varun DhawanKriti SanonVinod Khanna, and Kabir Bedi. It marked the last film appearance of actor Vinod Khanna, who played the role of Khan and Dhawan’s father, before his death on 27 April 2017. The film was a commercial success.

The film was released theatrically worldwide on 18 December 2015 during the Pre-Christmas period and became sixth highest-grossing Indian film overseas, although it was just a hit and fared below expectations in India. It grossed over ₹145 crore net in India, and more than ₹376.85 crore globally. The film earned nominations in six categories at 61st Filmfare Awards including Best Actor for Khan and Best Actress for Kajol.