Yaad Rakhegi Duniya

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Yaad Rakhegi Duniya
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Movie Poster
Directed byDeepak Anand
Produced byNandu G. Tolani
Written byAnees Bazmee
Story byMani Ratnam
StarringAditya Pancholi
Rukhsar Rehman
Music byAnand-Milind
CinematographyManmohan Singh
Edited byDeepak Anand
Distributed byParas Films International
Release date
1 March 1992

Yaad Rakhegi Duniyais a 1992 Indian romantic drama film directed by Deepak Anand on his debut. Starring Aditya Pancholi and Rukhsar, it premiered on 1 March 1992 in Mumbai. It is a remake of the Telugu blockbuster Geethanjali, directed by Mani Ratnam.[1]


Vicky Anand (Aditya Pancholi) has just graduated from college with honors and decides to celebrate. An accident leads him to the hospital and the shocking discovery that he's suffering from a terminal illness. He decides to move to the lush, green locales of Ooty, a hill-station hoping to find peace and solitude, where he meets Naina (Rukhsar Rehman), a precocious young woman who enjoy playing pranks. Vicky finds support and encouragement befriending her and eventually falls in love with the mischievous and outgoing Naina, who also suffers from a terminal illness. Vicky comes to know about Naina's illness, and discusses this with her doctor dad, who confirms it, saying that there is no cure. Despite this, Vicky wants to marry her. When Vicky's mom comes to visit her son, he tells her about his love for Naina, and she is delighted. She rushes over to meet Naina for the first time, and is pleased with Vicky's choice. Then unknowingly she blurts out a truth so devastating, that it will change Naina's final remaining days forever.[1]



The music was composed by Anand-Milind, while Sameer wrote the lyrics. The soundtrack is remembered for the melodious song "Tere Liye Saari Umar", sung by Amit Kumar.

# Song Singer
1 "Tujhe Rab Ne Banaya" Mohammad Aziz, Sadhana Sargam
2 "Ae Hawa Aake Thaam Le Anchal Anuradha Paudwal
3 "Gali Gali Mein Gana" Amit Kumar
4 "Tooti Khidki makdi ka Jangla" Amit Kumar, Kavita Krishnamurthy
5 "Tere Liye Saari Umar" Amit Kumar

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