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Mere jeewan saathi pyaar kiye jaa

Posted on: November 8, 2016

This article is written by Peevesie’s mom, a fellow enthusiast of Hindi movie music and a contributor to this blog. This article is meant to be posted in If this article appears in sites like and etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of and is a punishable offence under the existing laws.

Hullo to all Atulwaasis

This post should have ideally appeared yesterday. But due to various reasons it remained unsent and the result is that we missed wishing a superstar who is first and foremost an actor; very versatile and untypecasted –much like the actor who we remembered on 6th November.

I spent most of yesterday hunting the various TV and radio channels to see if there were any special programmes on this actor of actors. In fact late in the evening my husband too asked how we also had missed the date. As the Hindi saying goes “Der aaye durust aaye” (late coming repaired coming 🙂 ) or its English equivalent- “better late than never”. Hope this post rectifies the situation and here we are wishing this much loved actor a belated happy birthday.

He is an actor first and then went on to be a screen writer, director, producer, singer, choreographer, lyricist, philanthropist and dancer. No I am not talking of our Kishore Kumar. I am talking of Parthasarathy. Has anyone heard this name? He has won several Indian film awards including three National Film Awards and 19 Filmfare Awards. With seven submissions he has starred in the highest number of films submitted by India for the Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film. He was awarded the Padmashri in 1990 and Padma Bhushan in 2014.

After several projects as a child, his breakthrough as a lead actor came in the 1975 drama Apoorva Raagangal (1975), in which he played a rebellious youth in love with an older woman. He won his first National Film Award for his portrayal of a guileless schoolteacher who cares for a childlike amnesiac in Moondram Pirai (1983). Ahh! Now I can see the light of recognition in all eyes- yes we are talking of an actor who has been Chachi 420 or has portrayed the Matunga don of yesteryears Varadarajan Mudaliar or is known to have experimented with a full length silent film in this age of talkie films. He was Vasu to K. Viswanath’s Sapna in 1981. He has tried his hand at doing many double roles but his act as four look alike- separated at birth Quadruplets was a blast of a movie in Tamil. He has also tried doing 10 distinct roles in the 2008 release Dashavataram.

To wish him on his birthday which was yesterday I had a vast directory of songs to choose from and I have taken the easy way out by writing out the lyrics (one of the many songs that are by heart for that generation of HFM lovers) from his very first film in Hindi as lead actor.

The movie had him play a South Indian- Tamilian to be exact- who can’t understand Hindi. And this song is his effort to impress his girl and try and get his feeling across. The song was penned by Anand Bakshi –must have been a stroke of genius to have strung this song together. Laxmikant- Pyarelal were the music directors and playbacks were Anuradha Paudwal and S.P. Balasubramaniam.

Here is wishing Kamal Hassan a belated 63rd birthday.



Song-Mere jeewan saathi pyaar kiye jaa (Ek Dooje Ke Liye)(1981) Singers-S P Balasubrahmaniam, Anuradha Paudwal, Lyrics-Anand Bakshi, MD-Laxmikant Pyarelal


mere jeevan saathi
pyaar kiye jaa
jawaani deewaani
ziddi padosan
satyam shivam sundaram
(o benhur wo English hai)

mere jeevan saathi
pyaar kiye jaa
waah waah
haan haan
mere jeevan saathi
pyaar kiye jaa
jawaani deewaani
o ho
ziddi padosan
satyam shivam sundaram
satyam shivam sundaram
satyam shivam sundaram
ha ha ha ha ha
ha h a ha
jhootha kahi kaa

jhootha kahi kaa
hare raama hare krishna
dhat chaar sau bees,

dil hi to hai,
aashiq hoon bahaaron kaa,
tere mere sapne
tere ghar ke saamne,
aamne saamne,
shaadi ke baad
shaadi ke baad
o baap re

haan haan haan haan
hamaare tumhaare,
munna, guddi, tinku, mili,
shin shinaaki bubblaa boo
khel khel mein
bhool gaye

johny mera naam,
chori mera kaam
johny mera naam,
o chori mera kaam
raam aur shyaam,
dhat, bandalbaaz
milan geet gaata chal,
aahaa haahaahaahaa
pyaar kaa mausam,
satyam shivam sundram,
satyam shivam sundram
satyam shivam sundram
mere jeevan saathi
pyaar kiye jaa,
jaa jaa
jawaani deewani
ziddi padosan
satyam shivam sundaram

ishq ishq ishq
naughty boy
ha ha
ishq ishq ishq,
bluff master
ye raaste hain pyaar ke
chalte chalte
mere hamsafar
dil tera deewaana
deewana mastaana
chhaliya anjaana,
pagla kahin kaa
chhaliya anjaana,
aashiq begaana,
loafar, anaadi
badhti kaa naam daadhi,
chalti kaa naam gaadi
badhti kaa naam daadhi,
chalti kaa naam gaadi
jab pyaar kisi se hotaa hai
o ho
jab yaad kisi ki aati hai
bandhan, kangan, chandan, jhoola,
chandan, kangan, bandhan, jhoola,
bandan jhoola,
kangan jhoola, chandan jhoola,
jhoola jhoola
dil diya dard liya,
jhanak jhanak paayal baaje
chham chhamaa chham,
geet gaaya pattharon
satyam shivam sundaram
satyam shivam sundaram,
satyam shivam sundaram

mere jeevan saathi
pyaar kiye jaa,
chal chal
jawaani deewani
ziddi, padosan
satyam shivam sundaram,
sing with me
come on
laa laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa laa
laa laa laa laa laa laa

7 Responses to "Mere jeewan saathi pyaar kiye jaa"

Nice post Peevesie’s Mom ji , and thanks for doing it. I like watching Kamal Hasan’s movies and no doubt that he is one of the great actors of our country.
Thanks !!



Khasiyat of this song is that the lyrics is made up of the titles of movies only and not a single stray word. Because of this only it became extremely popular in those days.

D Samant


Samant ji,

Yes. It’s important to mention this.


Ah. Thanks for the song. How we all loved it. Indeed a stroke of genius by Anand Bakshi for writing it and whoever conceptualised it. I love the way SP Balasubramanium emotes while taking the name of the movie, making the meaning come alive.

Happy Birthday Kamal Hassan, you brought many smiles to our lips.





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