Aye kaash kisi deewane ko – Asha/Lata – Lakshmi-Pyare – Nazima/Asha | Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966)


Movie – Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966)

Aye kaash kisi deewane ko appeared in the Filmyug’s hit romrama Aaye Din Bahar Ke (1966), directed by Raghunath Jhalani and produced by J Om Prakash. The movie starred Asha Parekh, Dharmendra, Sulochana, Balraj Sahni, Rajinder Nath, etc.

Ravi (Dharmendra) is a college’s senior student and is on the lookout for private tuitions to help his poor mother Yamuna (Sulochana) in running the house. One day, he meets a junior student Kanchan (Asha Parekh) and his prank upsets her. Post the exchange of a couple of pranks, they fall in love with each other. Their parents also agree to get them married. However, circumstances reveal that Yamuna was an unwed mother and the engagement is called off. Ravi gets upset and leaves his mother alone.

Soon, he is found by Justice Shukla (Balraj Sahni). That the judge is his father is not known by Ravi. But, the older man realizes the same at the first meeting. The judge takes Ravi back to his home and they receive the news that Yamuna drowned in the river the moment he left her. However, the family is, soon, reunited.

But, Ravi thinks Kanchan has married someone else. At the same time, Kanchan has come to the same city as Ravi and is being taken care of by the nurse Rachna (Nazima). Ravi’s parents try to convince him to get married elsewhere since Kanchan had married someone else. Rachna is assigned the task of taking care of an ill Yamuna. Ravi mistakes Rachna to be the girl, who had come to see him for marriage and tries to convince her against it. Rachna falls in love with him and the complication begins.

Rachna informs her friend Kanchan that she is in love with Ravi, without knowing his name. During a picnic, Rachna sings this song with Kanchan.

Song – Aye kaash kisi deewane ko

The song Aye kaash kisi deewane ko was penned by Anand Bakshi and the tune was composed by Lakshmi-Pyare.

The girl wishes that some guy would fall for her, too. Her friend warns her that falling in love could make life difficult.

Video – Aye kaash kisi deewane ko

Director of Photography is V Babasaheb. Dance choreography is by Suresh Bhatt-Satyanarayan.

The video opens with Nazima beginning to sing the song standing near an artificial pond. Asha Parekh turns around and smiles. Nazima begins to dance as well. Asha Parekh replies to her in the song

Nazima runs a rose on the face of her friend and Asha Parekh is reminded of Dharmendra. Asha Parekh wipes her tears, unseen by Nazima. Soon, the song peters out. The video also ends as Asha Parekh pulls the mischievous Nazima’s ear and the latter runs off.


The playback of Aye kaash kisi deewane ko was sung by Asha Bhonsle and Lata Mangeshkar for Nazima and Asha Parekh. Dharmendra is also seen in the video.

Cultural Influence

There is not much cultural influence on this typically filmi song. The song and the artists are good. The video is watchable for the same.


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