you too, my darling
The cast of Ya habibi - 1960 includes: Rushdy Abaza
"Wahashtini ya habibi" is Arabic, not Urdu... Urdu language is mostly Indian mixed with a little bit of Persian and Arabic. Wahashtini ya habibi: I miss you my love!
'Wa aleikum salam ya habibi' is Arabic. It means 'And peace be upon you, my love'
Would you like to eat, my love? or Do you want to eat, my love?
Ana lahibeck ya Habibi
If you mean to say Enti alha men el-wared ya habibi (أنت أحلى من الورد يا حبيبي), it means "You are sweeter than roses, my beloved."
Habibi is a phrase of endearment, like "darling" or "baby"
Have a goodnight too baby
nimt kuwayes ya habibi
i love you baby - if you are referring to a female