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Jyoti Magar & Roshan Singh Teej Video 2074/2017 || Jhara Sari Jharla

Jhare Sari Jharla new teej song sang by controversial singer Jyoti Magar and Roshan Singh. I don’t care if the saree dress fall down when i am dancing is the meaning of this word. The lyrics of this song is written by Ishwor Argi and music is given by singer Roshan Singh himself. This video song is taken to market by Jyoti Music Entertainement.  In this video song we can see popular female model Rina and Ritu dancing with their partners. This is a dancing type of teej song which can make you move your feet. Watch the song posted below and enjoy.

Jyoti Music Entertainment Present’s

Ishwor Aagri’s New Nepali Lok Teej Song “Baisa Joban”


Lyrics of This Song

Female : Hey gaule ki chhori mai sojhi mori

Kohi bhanda chhaina kam

Yo jyan lai aatne jindagi kaatne  Chha chaina timro dam

gaule ki chhori mai sojhi mori  Kohi bhanda chhaina kam

Yo jyan lai aatne jindagi kaatne  Chha chaina timro dam

Na ta waari na ta pari haula maya laau, haula maya laau

Baisa joban dhakela launa maya laau

Baisa joban dhakela launa maya laau

Pani jhai machhi jhai haula launa maya laau

Baisa joban dhakela launa maya laau


Male : Hey marda ko baani suna na naani Jhut bolna jandainaa

J parcha parcha parekai garchha haar kahile mandainaa

Huumm marda ko baani suna na naani Jhut bolna jandainaa

J parcha parcha parekai garchha haar kahile mandainaa

Na ta wari na pari hauli mayalu, hauli mayalu

Baisa joban dhakela rouli maylu, pani bina machhi jhai haulai mayalu

Baisa joban dhakela rouli maylu


More Details About This Song

Song Title : Baisa Joban

Vocal : Jyoti Magar and Roshan Singh

Music: Roshan Singh

Lyrics : Ishwor Aagri

Production and Distribution : Jyoti Music Entertainment

Acting : Roshan, Rina, Suman and Ritu

Direction : Bikram Chohan

Camera : Bashu Baral and Prakash Khadka

Editing : Milan BK and Rajesh Kumar

Video Made by : B. Star Films Pvt LTd

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EK CHOTI GARAM NA || New Nepali Short Movie

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