Jahan Tum Le Chalo

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Jahan Tum Le Chalo
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Directed byDesh Deepak
Produced byDr. Anil K. Mehta
Written bySuraj Saneem
Music byVishal Bhardwaj
Release date
15 January 1999

Jahan Tum Le Chalo was a 1999 Indian Bollywood film directed by Desh Deepak. The film is a romantic one with music by Vishal Bhardwaj and lyrics by Gulzar. This film is the first production of Rishi Films International a venture of Holland-based Dr. Anil K. Mehta. The Plot of the film is inspired by a real happening in Dr.Anil K. Mehta's friend circle in Europe. The film is based on French novel Aimez-vous Brahms? by Françoise Sagan. The novel was previously made into a film called Goodbye Again (1961 film) starring Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Perkins.


Shantanu Arya (Nirmal Pandey) is a glamour photographer and a thorough womaniser. Namrata Shorey (Sonali Kulkarni) is a journalist and is quite amazingly in love with Shantanu even though she knows about his womanising ways. All her requests for marriage fall on deaf ears, as Shantanu consistently avoids commitment of any sort. Slowly she starts getting tired of his wayward ways and starts questioning her own thinking. Suddenly a young, rich man, Aakash (Jimmy Sheirgill) enters her life and provides her the much-needed respite from her mundane lifestyle. Aakash is apparently in love with her. But Namrata reminds him of their age difference and the fact that she has given herself tan aur man se to Shantanu. Meanwhile, sensing the growing proximity of Aakash and Namrata and getting rebukes from other girls, Shantanu finally agrees for the marriage. Namrata does a long wait for Shantanu at wedding place but he doesn't reach there till late night and finally as she exits from there, she finds Aakash there and at last, she accepts him which is the climax of this movie. [1]



  1. "Dekho To Aasman Taro Se Bhar Gaya" - Suresh Wadkar
  2. "Atthanisi Zindagi" - Hariharan
  3. "Kabhi Chaand Ki Tarah Tapaki, Atthanni Si Zindagi" - Hariharan
  4. "Shauq Khwab Ka Hai Wo Nind Aaye Na" - Lata Mangeshkar
  5. "Thak Gayi Ho To" - Suresh Wadkar
  6. "Ye Kaisi Chap Kadmo Ki Sunai De Rahi Hai" - Rekha Bhardwaj
  7. "Your Face Is Face Of Love" - Gary Lawyer


  1. ^ "philip'sfil-umst". Jahan Tum Le Chalo Hindi.

Produced By Dr Anil K.Mehta

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