Yeh Rastey Hain Pyar Ke

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Yeh Raste Hain Pyaar Ke
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyar Ke 1963.jpg
Directed byR. K. Nayyar
StarringSunil Dutt
Leela Naidu
Ashok Kumar
Music byRavi
Release date

Yeh Rastey Hain Pyaar Ke (lit.'These are the paths of love') is a 1963 Hindi film starring Sunil Dutt and Leela Naidu in the lead roles. This film was Sunil Dutt's debut production, directed by R.K. Nayyar, with music composed by Ravi.[1]


Dutt's favourite writer Aghajani Kashmiri scripted Yeh Rastey.. which is based on the sensational K.M. Nanavati adultery and murder case in Mumbai. The film was said to be a thinly-disguised version of the famous Nanavati case where an upright naval captain, Capt. Nanavati, shot dead the lover of his wife. The film was said to be ahead of its times and too bold, doing only moderately well.

The 1973 movie Achanak is also based on the same case.

The Akshay Kumar-starrer 2016 movie Rustom is based on the same case as well.


Anil Sahni (Sunil Dutt) is a pilot who married Neena (Leela Naidu) against his father's wishes. When Anil was away on a trip, Neena and Ashok (Rehman) come close and have an affair. Anil returns and is furious to find out about the affair. He confronts Ashok, who is killed in an ensuing scuffle. Anil is tried for murder in court, with defence and prosecution lawyers fighting it out.[2]



Song Singer
"Koi Mujhse Poochhe Ke Tum Mere Kya Ho" Mohammed Rafi
"Tum Jis Pe Nazar Daalo, Us Dil Ka Khuda Hafiz" Mohammed Rafi
"Yeh Khamoshiyan, Yeh Tanhaaiyan" Mohammed Rafi, Asha Bhosle
"Yeh Raaste Hain Pyar Ke" Asha Bhosle
"Jaan-E-Jaan Paas Aao" Asha Bhosle
"Aaj Yeh Meri Zindagi" Asha Bhosle
"Rooh Khatm Ho Gayi" Asha Bhosle


  1. ^ Parsai, Gargi (12 August 2010). "Yeh Rastey Hain Pyar Ke (1963)" – via
  2. ^ U, Saiam Z. (1 January 2012). Houseful The Golden Years of Hindi Cinema. Om Books International. ISBN 9789380070254.

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