“Ishq pe zor nahi hai yeh woh aatish ghalib, ke lagaye na lage aur bhujaye na bhuje” – This Valentine’s Day you have all the right to express your love to your partner in the most catchy way. We all know how Urdu is synonymous to love and what better way can it be to express your feelings for your special ones by taking a little help from Urdu.
It is a beautiful way to convey an emotion with much depth and delicacy. Urdu helps you express freely. So, this time you can definitely impress your partner by using a few words that can make your partner go wow!
Here are some of the words that are a must for you to know. In other words – These words can make you look super romantic and cool in front of your partner. This Valentine’s Day, you can impress your partner by using these words . . .
For those who are in love with Urdu, this word has already been a vital part of Bollywood film and dialogues. The last I heard of it was in Dedh Ishqiya featuring Naseeruddin Shah, Arshad Warsi, Madhuri Dixit and Huma Qureshi. Uns means unconditional love. This is how you can start your Valentine’s Day.
Qurbat is another word that can give you an edge over others. It means closeness. So definitely, it can set a long lasting impression on your partner if you use the word Qurbat.
Shah Rukh Khan once said, “Itni shidaat se maine tumhe paane ki koshish ki hai, ki har zarre ne mujhe tumse milane ki saazish ki hai” and since then the word has been closely associated with the actor. The word found a new fan following since then. Shiddat means intensity and when you are madly in love with someone. The word describes the feeling aptly. This Valentine’s Day express your passion with this word.
We all have heard of this word in Bollywood songs. The word Aafreen means alluring, something that is powerfully attractive and has charmed you. The word is delicate and yet has that seductive touch to it.
Most of you might not have heard this word and this can be a fresh addition to your Urdu vocabulary. The word Vasl means passion. So when eminent poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz said:
“Aur bhi gham hain zamaane mein mohabbat ke siva, raahtein aur bhi hain vasl ki raahat ke siva”
(There are more sorrows in the world other than love, for there are other nights too other than the night of love) He meant every word of it. It definitely can add Vasl to your life.
Raabta as a word that has gained popularity recently. The word gained attention when it was used in Saif Ali and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s movie Agent Vinod. Soon, it became one of the most hummed songs. Raabta means relation. The sophisticated word explains a lot about a relationship.
Another word that you can add to your Urdu vocabulary is Iztiraar. The word means restlessness. When you want to meet your special one again and again – that feeling can be well described by this word.
For those who think that they know a lot about Urdu, you can use this cute word to explain why you are late for a date and your partner won’t be angry one bit! The word means eagerly waiting for someone.
“muntazir kis ka huun Tuuti hui dahliz pe main
kaun aaega yahan kaun hai aane vaala”
The word is self-explanatory and nearly everyone knows about it. But when you use the word for your love life, it creates a different world altogether. “Sukoon
“Sukoon milta hai jab unse baat hoti hai, Hazaaro raaton mei woh ek raat hoti hai”
“Tere dil mein meri saanson ko panaah mil jaye … tere ishq mein meri jaan fanaa ho jaye” How can we forget this phrase that was used in Aamir Khan and Kajol’s Fanaa. There is a charm in getting destroyed in love. The feeling is unexplainable yet the word can best describe how a person feels. Fanaa means destroy.
All the SRK fans, Shah Rukh has worked in a movie titled Dil Aashnaa Hai. Aashna means companion. Another word that can explain the subtle love you have for your partner or friend.
Ranjish means anguish. So all of you who are stuck with ek tarfa pyaar as in one-sided love, you can use this word in your writings to express your pain and anger. This Valentine’s Day, you can use this word.
Fitoor means obsession. Interestingly, Bollywood has used this word recently as a title for the film. The movie had Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor in the leads.
When you love someone deeply. You use words to denote that intimacy and equation. What can be better than the word Ikhlas to denote the feeling. Ikhlas means great affection.