Woh Ladki Lyrics – AndhaDhun: Arijit Singh has given his voice to this song which is composed by Amit Trivedi and written by Jaideep Sahni. Get lyrics and full audio of this song here.

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Song – Woh Ladki
Movie – AndhaDhun
Singers – Arijit Singh
Musicians – Amit Trivedi
Lyricists – Jaideep Sahni

Woh Ladki Lyrics

Ek sawari si ladki bawari si
Gusse mein patte si kaanpti si
Jo mera jikar sune door se bhi
Tarkeebon se dil ho dhaanpti si

Woh ladki mil jaaye to kehna
Haan woh ladki mil jaaye to kehna

Dhoop mein
Palkon ko kass ke Woh meechti
Chalti ho
Zindagi ke kashtein hi kheechti

Woh ladki mil jaye to kehna
Haan Woh ladki mil jaye to kehna

Thodi thodi aankhein namm
Baaton mein tha phir bhi dum
Hansi nahi thi Woh aisi
Jo baat mein yun hi udd jaaye
Raat mein yun hi ghul jaaye na na na

Woh ladki mil jaye to kehna
Haan Woh ladki mil jaye to kehna

Dhoop mein
Palkon ko kass ke Woh meechti
Chalti ho
Zindagi ke kashtein hi kheechti

Woh ladki mil jaye to kehna

Haan Woh ladki mil jaye to kehna

Woh Ladki Music Video

Andhadhun (transl. Blindly) is a 2018 Indian Hindi-language black comedy crime thriller film co-written and directed by Sriram Raghavan, produced by Matchbox Pictures, and distributed by Viacom18 Motion Pictures. The film stars TabuAyushmann Khurrana, and Radhika Apte, and tells the story of a blind piano player who unwittingly becomes embroiled in the murder of a former film actor.

The script of Andhadhun was written by Raghavan, Arijit Biswas, Pooja Ladha Surti, Yogesh Chandekar and Hemanth M Rao. The film was edited by Surti, and K. U. Mohanan was its director of photographyAmit Trivedi composed songs for the film and Jaideep Sahni wrote the lyrics. Raftaar and Girish Nakod co-wrote the title song as guest composers.

In 2013, Rao suggested to Raghavan that he watch L’Accordeur (The Piano Tuner), a 2010 French short film about a blind pianist. Raghavan liked the film and decided to base a script on it. Khurrana was cast in the lead role after he contacted Raghavan and expressed an interest in working with him. The film was shot in Pune in 44 days spread over more than a year; principal photography began in June 2017 and ended on 17 July 2018.

Andhadhun was released by Viacom18 Motion Pictures theatrically in India on 5 October 2018 to critical acclaim. Critics highlighted the writing, and Khurrana and Tabu’s performances. It won four awards, including Best Director and Best Screenplay, at the Screen Awards ceremony and five Filmfare Awards, including Best Film (Critics) and Best Actor (Critics) for Khurrana. It also won three National Film AwardsBest Feature Film in HindiBest Actor for Khurrana, and Best Screenplay. The film has grossed over ₹456 crore (US$64 million) at the worldwide box office. The film was remade in Telugu as Maestro (2021) while the Tamil remake Andhagan and the Malayalam remake Bhramam are under production.