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Ghoom Ghoom by Haroon (Official Music Video) w/ Eng Subtitles

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Published on Nov 15, 2010

http://www.haroon.com Haroon's new video 'Ghoom Ghoom.' Buy the song at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ghoo...
The video was filmed in England and Pakistan at over 20 different locations. From the upcoming album 'Haroon Ka Safar.'

Directed by Haroon
Edited by Kashif Kamal
DOP John Owen/ Riz
Color Grading and Post ET Studios
Post:Keychain Films

Special thanks to:
Da'oud, Pat & Kaiser

Speaking about directing 'Ghoom Ghoom', Haroon said he was initially inspired by the famous quote by Rumi:

I Searched for God among the Christians and on the cross, and therein I found him not.
I went into the ancient temples of idolatry; no trace of Him was there.
I entered the mountain cave of Hira and then went very far, but God I found not.
Then I directed my search to the Kaaba, the resort of old and young; God was not there.
Finally, I looked into my own heart and there I saw Him; He was nowhere else.

Haroon filmed the video in England and Pakistan, at 20 different locations, capturing Mosques, Shrines, Cathedrals, and Temples. These include a beautiful Sikh Gurdwara, London's famous St. Paul's Cathedral, Regent's Park mosque, and the breathtaking Baadshahi masjid in Lahore, among many other locations.

Adding on from Rumi, Haroon says he aims to share a larger message of his own with the viewers. The underlying theme of the video is that people of all faiths are searching for God and peace and our ultimate desires are the same. This is a time to reach out and help our fellow brothers and sister who are suffering. Regardless of religion, ethnicity, or background, we must lend a hand.

So please spread the word.

Audio:
Composed by Haroon
Lyrics by Sabir Zafar and Haroon
Produced, arranged and mixed by Haroon and Kashan
Recorded and mixed at Haroon Studios and Dreamstation studios

Lyrics:

O' meray Maula,
O' meray saiyaan, kabhi tou aa
Tak meray saiyaan, beperwaiyan
Kabhi tou aa, kabhi tou aaaa

Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom

Dhoondh raha hai tarahkla
Ishq tarahkla ghoom ghoom
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom

O' meray Maula,
O' meray saiyaan, kabhi tou aa
Tak meray saiyaan, beperwaiyan
Kabhi tou aa, kabhi tou aaaa

Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom

Dhoondh raha hai tarahkla
Ishq tarahkla ghoom ghoom

Koi hul ho meray dukhro ka
Meray dil ke tootay tukron ka
Saansein parey kalma tera
Honton pe hai nagmaa tera
Sun ley meri iltijaa

Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom charkhra
Ghoom charkhra, ghoom ghoom

Dhoondh raha hai tarahkla
Ishq tarahkla ghoom ghoom

O' meray Maula,
O' meray saiyaan, kabhi tou aa
Tak meray saiyaan, beperwaiyan
Kabhi tou aa, kabhi tou aaaa

Nahi mehram koi haasti ka
Rang bharde ishq parasti ka
Karta rahoon har pal dhamal
Maula meray mujhko sumbhaal
Tu hi tou hai lajpaal

Haroon has sold over 3 million albums world-wide and has millions of adoring fans. He is a Pakistani singer, composer, musician and producer. He formed the band Awaz with a couple of musician friends. Awaz was the biggest band in Pakistan, and released three successful albums and two big singles between 1993 and 1999. Awaz was one of the pioneering bands in Pakistani pop music, and influenced many future musicians.
Haroon's first solo album, Haroon Ki Awaz, which he produced, engineered and recorded, was successfully released in October 2000.
The songs "Yara", "Pyareya", "Jeekay Dekha", "Chan vergay" from the album Haroon Ki Awaz were released as singles with music videos.
In 2001 and 2002, Haroon toured the UK and USA. In 2001, Haroon received the "Outstanding contribution to Asian music" Award from the BBC Asia Awards show.
Haroon's second solo album was the melodic Lagan. This included "Mahbooba", a fusion of Asian and Arabic music with Lebanese singers accompanying Haroon.
Following this success, Haroon embarked on a world tour from early 2003 to mid 2005, performing in Oslo, Madrid, Copenhagen, Brussels, Glasgow, New York, Toronto and smaller cities such as Calgary and Oakland.
Haroon released his third solo album, Haroon Ka Nasha, in March 2007, again composed, recorded, produced, engineered and mixed by himself at his personal studio.

He will be releasing his fourth solo album Haroon Ka Safar shortly.

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