Indian song “Hatuba” which means and is translated into English as the “Engagement” is of Arabic origin. Thus the song named “Hatuba” or “Hatooba” also appears in the forms of “Khatuba” that has equivalent value but according to some sources, this word meaning “wine”. The historical appearance of this song belongs to the 80-th of the 20-th century, which was very popular in almost all over the world after the removal of the film “Alibaba and 40 thieves” in 1979 (the USSR and India together). In this film, the Indian singer “Asha Bhosle” first sang this song.
An excerpt from the film singing Hatuba
The song for the second time glorified popular Indian singer Aishwarya Rai and then Hatuba became more popular around the world, as it was written in the more improved as modern music instruments.
Video, music, audio, mp3 Katuba by Ayyshvari Paradise.
Lyrics (text) Hatuba and translation (meaning) in English.