Friends, can you help me understand this sentence
: "uTho vagar nah Hashr nahiiN hogaa phir bhii"
The double negative nah and nahiin is what confuses me.
Literally: Get up /and if / not / there is no crowd / even then.
Thanks, Khaanabadosh SaaHib.
Since this couplet is being cited in the story in a lighter vein, marrish SaaHib's translation fits the context. The speaker is persuading a reluctant Rekha to dance with him.
And thanks to marrish SaaHib for correcting the mistake in my citation.