When you accidentally exchange glances with someone and move on in life to find them as your soulmate, you claim it to be serendipity. But is it the charm of luck or your beautiful destiny?
Every time they come near you, you count yourself as benign. After meeting them, you understand the idea of illimitable love. Every moment spent with them is an accomplishment and every moment spent without them is as useless as an unsharpened pencil.
Tere sang beete har lamhe pe hum ko naaz hai
Tere sang jo na beete us pe aitraaz hai
Is kadar hum dono ka milna ek raaz hai
The collision of your hearts is a well-kept secret. Their incoming has reserved a big spot in your heart but has made your life grand. Isn't it so beautiful that you can add so much value to your life just by trading hearts? You both are the ingredients of this potion called love.
This song is a testimony of all those times when you don't want to care about the world but just think about your new-found partner. The wishes of getting lost in the city of their eyes and spending eternity with them are your life goals now. It doesn't matter if you go through the mountains of euphoria or the valleys of melancholy since you are together and equally share them.
What had to happen has just happened and it doesn't bother you that it was sudden and strange for hadn't it happened you wouldn't be here spending your time with that precious person. Maybe this is an accident of destiny but it's the magic of your life.
Hona likha tha yoon hi jo hua
Yaa hote hote abhi anjaane mein ho gaya
Zehnaseeb is about love beyond fake promises and shattered dreams. It is a tale of love so strong that it isn't even affected by the surroundings; the love found between the hills while you devour the sunrise, the love found between the windows of a passing train, the love between shared earphones, and the love between the shared blanket while you are binging a show. If you look at love beyond its limits, you will know it's magic and you will fall in love with the idea of love.
Tujhe chaahoon betahasha zehnaseeb