Noorie…an Indian Vampire love song…

“When one creates phantoms for oneself, one puts vampires into the world, and one must nourish these children of a voluntary nightmare with one’s blood, one’s life, one’s intelligence, and one’s reason, without ever satisfying them” (Eliphas Levi)

I guess I was a teenager when this song came out and very much in love. Also very much obsessed with vampires. Still am. This is a song by Bally Sagoo featuring Gunjan, in which a lovely vampire named “Noorie” rises from her coffin, and candle in hand, wanders the streets in her white sari, in search of her love. She spooks out a number of people along the way because she’s a vampire, so you can’t take her picture or see her in a rear view mirror. Its left somewhat ambiguous as to who she is waiting for. Is he (or she) dead? Is that why she wears white? Why does she go to the train station to wait for someone to arrive? She sings “Aaja re, o dilbar jaaniya, Aaja re, aaja re o mere dilbar aaja Dil ki pyaas bujha jaa re” (Come, come o my sweetheart Come and quench the thirst of my heart ) Anyway enjoy this haunting refrain.



  1. […] An Indian vampire love song. Haunting, in an Ace of Bass way. […]

  2. It’s vampire real? Are you believe it? Can you answer my question?

  3. It’s real? Oh My Good I don’t believe it. Please answer my question

  4. do vampires exist today?

  5. Vampires do exist.. I have seen one in the forest of uttrakhand.. Wearing al black holding black umbrella.. His teeths were not like humans and he was looking very horrible and dangerous

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