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Ye raaste hain pyaar ke

Posted on: August 11, 2011


Scandals in public life, especially crimes of passion, have always attracted the attention of Hindi movie makers and a few of them have actually gone on and made movies based on such scandals. Even at present, we find a movie maker making a movie on a woman who murdered her ex boyfriend with the help of her current flame.

Such things happened in India in the past too. For example there was a very famous “Nanawati Case” in India half a century ago in which Commander Kawas Manekshaw Nanavati was accused of the murder of Prem Ahuja. Those were the days when India followed the system of jury (as is the case in USA) and this was the very last case to be decided in India under the jury system and after this case the jury system was given up in India. In this case, the jury convicted him for the murder of Prem Ahuja. Subsequently, he was pardoned by the Governor

The case in brief was that Naval Commander Kawas Manekshaw Nanavati had an English born wife Sylvie. During the prolonged absence of her husband, she developed extramarital affairs with her husband’s colleague Prem Ahuja.Prem Ahuja had promised to marry her if she divorced her husband but then backtracked. Sylvie, feeling guilty confessed all to her husband, who dropped her wife and children to a movie hall and went to confront Prem Ahuja. He asked Prem Ahuja, if he was willing to marry Sylvie and accept the three children that she had with him, and he refused. Then Nanawati pulled our his gun and shot Prem Ahuja dead.

This case received wide coverage and the public opinion was solidly behind Nanawati. In the end, though Nanawati was convicted, the public opinion was so strong that when he applied for pardon, the governor of the state pardoned him on the same day. He subsequently emigrated to Canada with his wife and children. He led a long like in Canada and died in 2003.

The movie ‘Ye Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke’ (1963) was based on this Nanawati case. The story in brief is that Sunil Dutt finds his wife Leela Naidu indulging in an extramarital affair with Rehman. Rehman is killed by Sunil Dutt. In the court Sunil Dutt is defended by Ashok Kumar.

This movie has some lovely songs in it. Here is the title song of this movie. it is sung by Asha Bhonsle and it is picturised as a party/get together song. The song is lip synced by Shashikala. Rehman and Leela Naidu are also visible in the picturisation.

Here is this wonderful song from ‘Ye Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke’ (1963). Rajinder Krishan is the lyricist and music is composed by Ravi. Lyrics of this song, including the extra antaraa from the audio version, were sent to me by Prakashchandra.

(Video – Film Soundtrack)

(Audio – Extra Antaraa)

Song-Ye raaste hai pyaar ke (Ye raaste hain pyaar ke ) (1963) Singer-Asha Bhonsle, Lyrics-Rajinder Krishan, MD-Ravi

Lyrics (Provided by Prakashchandra)

(From Video – Film Soundtrack)
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ye raaste hain pyar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke
ye raaste hain pyar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke
yahaan lootate hain dil ko
armaan machal machal ke
ye raaste hain pyaar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke

jo bhi is taraf se guzra
kabhi lautke na aaya
jo bhi is taraf se guzra
kabhi lautke na aaya
aaya to saath apne
betaabiyaan hi laayaa
betaabiyaan hi laayaa
guzregi umr saari
pehlu badal badal ke
ye raaste hain pyaar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke

is anjuman mein samjha
jisko chiraag dil ka
is anjuman mein samjha
jisko chiraag dil ka
dekha qareeb se to
nikla wo daag dil ka
nikla wo daag dil kaa
parwaana jo banega
reh jaayega wo jalke
yeh raaste hain pyaar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke
yahaan lootate hain dil ko
armaan machal machal ke
ye raaste hain pyaar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke

(From Audio – Extra Antaraa)
ye hai aansuon ki duniya
nakaamion ki mehfil
ye hai aansuon ki duniya
nakaamion ki mehfil
ye hai wo safar ke jiski
dekhi na koi manzil
dekhi na koi manzil
jo na ho yakeen to dekho
in raaston pe chal ke
ye raaste hain pyaar ke
chalna sambhal sambhal ke

———————————————————
Hindi script lyrics (Provided by Sudhir)
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(विडियो से – फिल्म ध्वनि पथ)
आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰
आ॰॰आ॰॰आ॰॰आ
ला
आsss आsssss

ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के
ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के
यहाँ लूटते हैं दिल को
अरमां मचल मचल के
ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के

जो भी इस तरफ से गुज़रा
कभी लौट के ना आया
जो भी इस तरफ से गुज़रा
कभी लौट के ना आया
आया तो साथ अपने
बेताबियाँ ही लाया
बेताबियाँ ही लाया
गुज़रेगी उम्र सारी
पहलू बदल बदल के
ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के

इस अंजुमन में समझा
जिसको चराग़ दिल का
इस अंजुमन में समझा
जिसको चराग़ दिल का
देखा क़रीब से तो
निकला वो दाग़ दिल का
निकला वो दाग़ दिल का
परवाना जो बनेगा
रेह जाएगा वो जल के
ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के
यहाँ लूटते हैं दिल को
अरमां मचल मचल के
ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के
चलना संभल संभल के
चलना संभल संभल के

(औडियो से – अतिरिक्त अंतरा)
ये है आंसुओं की दुनिया
नाकामिओं की महफिल
ये है आंसुओं की दुनिया
नाकामिओं की महफिल
ये है वो सफर के जिसकी
देखी ना कोई मंज़िल
देखी ना कोई मंज़िल
जो ना हो यकीं तो देखो
इन रास्तों पे चल के
ये रास्ते हैं प्यार के
चलना संभल संभल के

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8 Responses to "Ye raaste hain pyaar ke"

lyrics of missing stanza only there in the audio track of the song:
“ye hai aansoon ki duniya
na-kaamiyon ki mehfil
ye hai aansoon ki duniya
na-kaamiyon ki mehfil
ye hai woh safar ke jiske
dekhi/dekhien na koi manzil
dekhi na koi manzil
jo na ho yakeen tho
dekho in raasthon pe chalke
ye raaste hain pyaar ke
chalna sambhal sambhalke”

RAVI ji, is one of the music director whose melodious hindi movie compositions are neglected and ignored by Hindi film industry, by and large.
He is a living legend, But, he got his due in Malayalam film industry.

The people from Hindi film industry, ignore the great music composers when they are alive and sang praises to the skies, after they passed away.

Further, if the opportunity arises Hindi film producers and directors use their unused compositions after their death to cash on in their posthamous popularity, according to their suitablity.

regards

There is another beautiful song from the same film – ‘yeh khamosiyan’. You Tube link for it is:

I hope you will like it.
Regards,
Rajendra

Has anyone found the complete audio song anywhere on the net of the Asha Bhonsle song on shahsikala and can we have a link to listen ?
If anyone has the full audio version can it be uploaded and a link shared?

I hope this audio link contains another stanza which was not picturised on screen, yet to listen to this audio link

aUDIO

to iss gaane ka bhi lyrics update keejiye na ? Sudhir ji

Dear All,

I have now updated the post with the audio version of the song, which has one different antaraa. This extra antaraa has been mentioned by some readers in their comments above. I thank dear Prakash ji for sending us the link to the audio version of this song, and for the lyrics of the different antaraa.

The actual situation is that both the film soundtrack and the 78 rpm version have two antaraas. The first antaraa of the video version becomes the second antaraa in the audio version. And the first antaraa of the audio version is not present in the video version.

There is no single long version of the song which contains all the three antaraas. One can do an edit and splice to create a longer version. The three antaraas have not been officially released together as a single song.

I would remind readers of another similar situation – the song “Shokh Nazar Ki Bijliyaan” of the film ‘Wo Kaun Thi’. The film soundtrack has two antaraas, and the 78 rpm also has two antaraas. Similar situation – one of the antaraas in the two versions is different. There is no official release of a single long song with three antaraas. Someone has posted an edited version on YouTube which has three antaraas together, but that is not an official version.

Rgds
Sudhir

Sudhir ji
So sweet of you………Thanks……..
Regards
Prakash

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