Binte dil misiriya mein, Pesh hai kullu-shabab, Khidmat-e-aali janaab, Aatish qadah adaaon se, Aatish qadah adaaon se, Jal uthega aapke, Deeda-e-tar ka hijaab...
Binte Dil from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat has become one of the popular songs on the chartbusters. The song has been sung by Arijit Singh. When asked about the song, Arijit told a leading daily, "Sanjay sir is not only a great director but he is also a musician at heart. He is very particular about what he wants. He was very particular about the minute sound detailing."
"The results were entirely because of his brief and sheer sense of perfection. There was a proper brief shared by Sanjay sir. The way he wanted the song to come along. I followed the brief very closely keeping the essence of the movie in my mind. I am myself glad that it is doing so well and that people are liking it," added the singer.
Binte Dil is about a sensual confession of love by a man for a man, who's clearly obsessed with someone else. Written by A. M. Turaz, the Urdu lyrics have been brilliantly teamed with Middle Eastern music.
The song is picturized on Jim Sarbh (Malik Kafur) and Ranveer Singh (Alauddin Khilji). Talking about the song, Jim said in an interview, "All I did was try to match the emotion in the extremely soaring lyrics voiced by Arijit Singh, and as Sanjay sir once told me after he heard the song: lip syncing to this is an actors' nightmare."
Padmaavat is a 13th-century epic period-drama based on the narration of Sufi poet Malik Muhammad Jayasi. The film was released on January 25 and did well at the box office.