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Jaane Kyaa chaahe mann – Zubin

Recently I heard this song for the first time. Unusual. Since these sort of songs really are my preference. I was surprised that I had not come across this song, nor had any of friends and family forwarded it to me for a listen. Trusted Google informed me that it is from a Bollywood film called ‘Pyar ke side effects’. Such a crass title. Stupid,e ven. No one would have thought that such a wonderful song would come from such a crassly titled movie.

The song is very ably sung by Zubin, who in recent times has shot into the Bollywood playback scene. The original song has an female voice with english words at the beginning and in between. It has a very jarring effect to an otherwise wonderful song. A quick edit and the female (no disrespect to any readers of the female kind!) was off. Being honest here in saying that it is not the best edit, but it does its job! 🙂 Sorry the file links are not working. Will try and workaround it and correct it as soon as possible.



jaane kya chaahe mann baanwra
aankhiyan mere saawan chalaa

saghan aanchal sada hor hove
sajan ansuvan mein kya jor hove
kya jor hove, apne jiya pe
mann to mara ye manchala

jaane kya chaahe mann baanwra
aankhiyan mere saawan chalaa

pawan purva mein yun udta jaave
badra chanda se mann judta jaave
aave hawa ka, jhonka phir aisa
toote patang ki dor sa

jaane kya chaahe mann baanwra
aankhiyan mere saawan chalaa

It is quite clear that the ‘Edited’ version is my favourite. Which one would you prefer?

Again, if you would like this song, add a comment with the email address you would like to receive info of this file to.

Update: Adding the ‘Aneek Dhar’ version of this same song, based on the recommendation of the commenter below. Since this version is a from a live show, the sound quality is not the greatest. This, by no means, takes anything away from Aneek’s rendition of this song.

Aneek Version (short):

Categories: Lekh Kaavya Soor
  1. July 31, 2007 at 3:14 am

    Absolutely! I have the lyrics typed up but haven’t got a chance to publish it because the video wasn’t on youtube back then. 🙂 I might sound partial but I prefer Aneek Dhar’s version over the original and edited. 😛 I also thought the edited version was better than original, but Aneek’s is da besht! Thanks for sharing this.

  2. July 31, 2007 at 4:06 am

    Thank you for stopping by this blog and adding your comments.

    I agree ek dum. Aneek Dhar’s version is much better and has that ‘vazn’ in his rendition of this song.

    Please check your email for info on this file.

  3. August 2, 2007 at 5:25 pm

    Thanks for adding Aneek’s version. 🙂

    Did you get to read the spoiler on the upcoming show tomorrow?

  4. Rakesh
    August 3, 2007 at 7:10 pm

    I don’t really get to see the show. Whatever I know of the show is from the clips on YouTube whenever I browse through and also if someone sends me something of interest.

    But since you mentioned it, I googled it and apparently it seems Mauli is expected to have got the highest number of votes.

    That indeed is surprising based on her performance in her previous 2-3 songs, which I was told was very bad, as compared to her 1st song – Maiyya Maiyya.

  5. sunandita dutta
    August 27, 2008 at 7:18 am

    i like the original version of the song “jaane kya chahe mann”. but i can’t download the music from anywhere,can any one suggest me how to get the music for downloading?

  6. January 23, 2009 at 12:43 pm

    Zubin is as melody and sufi singer as Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

  7. Rakesh
    January 23, 2009 at 12:49 pm

    @ Samir,

    Thank you for stopping by ~TimePass~ and adding your comments.

    I agree that Zubin is as good a singer as Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Howevere, in my opinion Zubin does not have the same pressure that Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has. That in trying to reach the the very high benchmark set by Nusrat Saab. On his own Rahat is a very very good singer, but he always gets compared to Nusrat saab and as yet, there is no comparision. They are still miles apart.

    ~ Rakesh

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