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Ae dil khushi se ho ja bhagwaan ke hawaale

Posted on: January 11, 2014


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“Waapas” (1943) was a New Theatres, Calcutta production. It was directed by Hemchandra Chunder. The story, screenplay and dialogues were by Binoy Chatterjee. The movie had Asit Baran, Bharati Devi, Dhiraj Bhattacharya, Indu Mukherji, Nawab, Gopal Das, Raj Laxmi etc in it.

Mr Arunkumar Deshmukh, our beloved inhouse encyclopaedia had given the details of this story in the past. Here is the story of the movie as given by him:

Wapas was a typical Village-city life/culture conflict movie. Those days Gandhiji was advocating movement to the villages “Gaon Chalo “. What a far-sighted approach to the problem of the future !

Hiren Babu(Indu Mukherjee), a retired person moves into quiet Rampur village along with his daughter Shobha(Bharati Devi),who is educated.She falls in love with the village boy Shyam(Asit Baran) son of Deven Babu(Nawab) who has initial small quarrel with her. They decide to get married, but to their dismay both families oppose the marriage. Deven Babu, a known miser wants a large Dowry and knowing he will not get it, criticises the city culture which has spoiled the girl, Shobha. This can not be tolerated by Hiren Babu and he decides to leave the village and go back to city.

Hiren Babu and Shobha return to city and Hiren gets a job. One day his boss Dutt Babu(Gopal Das) and his wife(Raj Laxmi) happen to be in their house and see Shobha. They ask Hiren Babu for her hand for their nephew Rajendra(Dhiraj Bhattacharya). Both sides agree for the marriage.
Meanwhile, Shyam comes to city in search of Shobha and takes up a job as coachman with Rajendra. One day, when Rajendra takes Shobha for a coach ride, the lovers see each other. Rajendra suspects and asks them. They tell him all the true story.

Rajendra decides to ensure that lovers get married and Shyam replaces him,while he becomes the coachman at the marriage time. After the marriage, everything is revealed and the elders realise that love is greater than anything else and all return(WAPAS) to the village.

The movie had seven songs in it. Six of these songs have been discussed in the past.

Here is the seventh and final song from the movie. This song is sung by Indrani Roy. The song is picturised on Bharati Devi. Pt Bhushan is the lyricist. Music is composed by R C Boral.

Lyrics of this song were sent to me by Nitin Shah.

With this song, “Waapas” (1943) joins the list of movies that have all their songs covered in the blog.


Song-Ae dil khushi se ho ja (Waapas)(1943) Singer-Indrani Roy, Lyrics-Pt Bhushan, MD-R C Boral

Lyrics(Provided by Nitin Shah)

ae dil
khushi se ho ja
bhagwaan ke hawaale
marzi pe chhod uski
raakhe ya maar daale
ae dil khushi se ho ja
bhagwaan ke hawaale

ummeed na-ummeedi
dukh sukh milan judai
ummeed na-ummeedi
dukh sukh milan judai
in sabke mel hi mein
hai zindagi samaayi
in sabke mel hi mein
hai zindagi samaayi
tu uthhke inse upar
parmaatma ko paale
parmaatma ko paale
tu uthhke inse upar
parmaatma ko paale
parmaatma ko paale
ae dil khushi se ho ja
bhagwan ke hawaale
marzi pe chhod uski
raakhe ya maar daale

wo saanvla aa aa salona aa aa aa aa
sansaar ka sahaara
kar dega paar beda
majhdhaar se hamaara
kar dega paar beda
majhdhaar se hamaara
ae dil khushi se ho ja
bhagwaan ke hawaale
marzi pe chhod uski
raakhe ya maar daale

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2 Responses to "Ae dil khushi se ho ja bhagwaan ke hawaale"

@ Atul ji – Shah Saheb- Congratulations on covering all songs of this movie ‘Waapas-1943’ and its joining to the list of ‘Movies- all songs covered’!

great lyrics. thanks for unearthing this gem.

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