What did Yash Chopra love until he breathed his last?

What did Yash Chopra love until he breathed his last?

The king of romance, who is no more with us in physical form, loved doing his work – making films – until his last breath. And that’s what the title song of his forthcoming film Jab Tak Hai Jaan starring Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif seems to suggest

Yash Chopra announced on his 80th birthday that his latest movie Jab Tak Hai Jaan would be his last directorial venture. Staying true to his word, the veteran filmmaker stopped work yesterday, when he left the world. In Yashji’s memory we present the title track of his much anticipated film. We converted the original melodious Hindi track into English, but the essence of this song, almost miraculously, did not get lost in translation. What a song – what a befitting tribute to the great director who gave us some wonderful films in a lifetime!


Hunmm.. tum se hi jeete rahe hunmm..

Hunmm.. tum pe hi marte rahe

Jab tak hai jaan (Jab tak hai jaan)


Hummm…for you only I lived

Humm…to you only I dedicated my entire life

Until my last breath



Do lafzon mein


Yeh kehna tha

Tumse hi mohabbat thi

Tumse hi mohabbat hai

Tumse kehna hai yun rehna hai jab tak hai jaan..

Ha haan..


I wanted to tell you something in two words

I wanted to tell that I loved only you

I still love you

I want to tell you that I want to stay with you


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  • salman khan

    JTHJ will not only be super hit and top grosser of this year but also will break many records of this decade. we love u SRK and Yash Chopra. somebody was but he is and he will be…………………

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