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Aaj ye meri zindagi dekho khushi mein jhoomti

Posted on: March 3, 2012


“Ye Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke” (1963) was based on a true incident,namely the case of K M Nanawati, though the makers of this movie issued an disclaimer that all people and incidents depicted in the movie were fictional, which fooled nobody.

The Nanawati Case was far ahead of its time and Hindi movie audiences were not prepared for a movie telling this kind of tale. So the movie did not do well at the box office though the real lfe Nanawati case itself was followed by people with great curiosity.

The movie had some wonderful compositions which did not receive the credit that they deserved. Most opf the songs of this movie were sung by Asha Bhonsle and she did a wonderful job.

Here is a song sung by Asha Bhonsle. The song is picturised as a party song on a drunk Leela Naidu. A woman getting drunk and singing a drunkard song was far ahead of its time for Hindi movires, but as noted above, the real life case itself was far ahead of its time for Indians o that time.

Here is this wonderful song which is written by Rajinder Krishan and composed by Ravi.

Ravi is celebrating his 86th birthday today (3rd march) and we in this blog extend our heartiest greetings to the living legend of the golden era of Hindi movie music.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Prakashchandra.


Song-Aaj ye meri zindagi dekho khushi mein jhoomti (Ye Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke) (1963) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics(Provided by Prakashchandra)

Aaj ye meri zindagi
dekho khushi mein jhoomti
jaane chali kahaan
aaaan
jaane chali kahaan
aaj ye meri zindagi
dekho khushi mein jhoomti
jaane chali kahaan,
jaane chali kahaan

tanhaa nahin chali hoon main
dil bhi hai mera humsafar
guzri to hoon idhar se main
phir bhi nayee hai rehguzar
tanhaa nahin chali hoon main
dil bhi hai mera humsafar
guzri to hoon idhar se main
phir bhi nayee hai rehguzar
zarron mein bhi hai roshni
leke tu mujhko aa gayee
ai zindagi kahaan,
ai zindagi kahaan
aaj ye meri zindagi
dekho khushi mein jhoomti
jaane chali kahaan,
jaane chali kahaan

mujhko bulaa raha hai kyun
dekho woh koi door se
badhne lage mere kadam
jiski taraf guroor se
mujhko bulaa raha hai kyun
dekho woh koi door se
badhne lage mere kadam
jiski taraf guroor se
dil mein bhi hai suroor sa
aankhon mein bhi hai noor sa
shamma jali kahaan,
shamma jali kahaan
aaj ye meri zindagi
dekho khushi mein jhoomti
jaane chali kahaan,
jaane chali kahaan

raahon mein meri phool hain
taare meri nigaah mein
ab na mujhe pukaarna
doob chali hoon chaah mein
raahon mein meri phool hain
taare meri nigaah mein
ab na mujhe pukaarna
doob chali hoon chaah mein
apnaa nahin hai kuchh pataa
ai meri bekhudi bataa
tu le chali kahaan,
tu le chali kahaan
aaj ye meri zindagi
dekho khushi mein jhoomti
jaane chali kahaan,
jaane chali kahaan

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4 Responses to "Aaj ye meri zindagi dekho khushi mein jhoomti"

‘Ye Raaste hain Pyar ke’ didn’t have the normal stupid ‘poor- handsome- boy-loves-a-rich beautiful girl’ movies that were so popular then. This movie was given an ‘A’ certificate because of the unusual ‘daring’ theme. The certificate was like a death certificate for the movie! Sunil Dutt looked so dashing and debonair, Leela Naidu as his ethereally beautiful sophisticated wife was superb. Rehman as the ‘love-em-leave-em’ playboy and Shashikala as his spurned lover lent their fantastic support. R K Nayyar’s perfect direction and Ravi’s immortal tunes were a treat! Really sad that this wonderful movie flopped! The censors were the villains!

Thanks for the details.

The movie was far from boring. It had lovely music. of course the theme needed an ‘adult’ audience, which was what was lacking.

Sadly, an ‘adult’ audience is lacking even now in India. How else can one explain the many asinine movies that Bollywood keep churning out?

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