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Tujhe chahunga har pal, mil jaa. Dil doobaa Mehbooba.
I will always love you, come to me. My heart has immersed in my lover.

"Mehbooba" is a Hindi love song sung by Japanese singer Hiroko based in Mumbai, India and Manganiyar musician Salim Khan alongside Jaisalmer Beats from Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India.  This Folktronica music is based on the mixture of Rajasthani folk and Indian EDM, played by Jaisalmer Beats with Indian instruments Harmonium, Dholak, the rare traditional Rajasthani instruments Morchang, Bhapang, and Khartal.

Immerse your heart in the love of Mehbooba.

Past Rank In


iTunes Store • Folk TOP SONGS • India • TOP 1 • 14 Oct 2022 iTunes Store • Folk TOP SONGS • Japan • TOP 84 • 16 Oct 2022 Apple Music • Folk Top Songs • India • TOP 107 • 17 Jan 2023

Artist Profile

  • Hiroko

    [Hiroko a.k.a Hiroko Sarah] Mumbai-based Japanese artist. Multilingual Singer-songwriter, Dancer (Indian Classical Kathak Dance Visharad/B.A. & Indian Fusion Dance). Hiroko Sarah is from Tokyo, Japan and now lives in Mumbai, India. Learned to play piano and singing for 10 years since she was 5 years old. Began performing on stage in acting and dancing at a tender age. Later encountered and learned various dances such as Bellydance, Bollywood Dance, and Indian classical Kathak Dance (Visharad/B.A. Professionally trained under Guru Smt. Jayanti Mala Mishra, Banaras Gharana) Hiroko works as a multilingual Singer-songwriter (English, Japanese & Hindi) on solo and collaboration projects with other artists in India and foreign countries. Her first Hindi song "Aatmavishwas -Believe In Yourself-" collaborated with Indian rapper Ibex got the 1st place of "Dance Top Music Video" on Apple Music (India). Enjoy an upbeat dance number of mixture of Dancehall and Indian classical flavas. Apart from singing, performing dance and appearing on a TV commercial, a radio program, and a talk show. Doing live performances of dance and singing as a bridge for exchange of Arts and Culture between India and Japan at several events in India. Working on new collaboration projects with several artists. Several performances in India are scheduled. Stay tuned on her social media channels to get updates on all her songs, music videos and live performances.

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  • Salim Khan

    Salim Khan is a young and passionate musician. He has achieved a lot in the field of learning music. He hasn't kept himself to just learning folk but also contemporary music also. Salim Khan, is a perfectionist when it comes to music and also experiments with western instruments from time to time. Apart from playing the traditional Manganiyaar instruments like Algoza, shehnai, morchan, bhapang, he can also play western instruments like guitar, violin and jambe. Salim Khan has been singing since he was 5, and has learned music from his father Bagga Khan. The royal family and its members, "Jajmaan" have been his patrons, and music is the lifeline of his family. He wants to experiment with a fusion of western and traditional rajasthani folk music.

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  • Jaisalmer Beats

    This group comprises of young children too, proficient in singing, and all the instruments, and the youngest member in his group is 5. His music makes you believe that there are some things which transcend above all the boundaries and are infinite. The music is infinite, and the possibilities of his melodies are endless. Music itself is so vast that it cannot be confined to a textbook and standardized, as there are no set standards to learning music which is imbibed in his blood through generations. India is known for its colours and various layers of culture, and the culture of Jaisalmer is rich enough with harmonious melodies promulgating in unforgettable renditions. This land of Jaisalmer, which is so rich in history, music plays a vital role in shaping their livelihood, and their life in Jaisalmer. This is the music, the culture which deserves to be preserved since it's a part of the intangible heritage, and a vital part of the socio economic fabric of Jaisalmer.

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