Take a Picture, It will last longer.

Written first by Erich Segal — Man, Woman and Child, was adapted into a movie both in Hollywood as well as Bollywood at the same time. The Hollywood movie featured Martin Sheen, Blythe Danner and Craig T. Nelson. The Bollywood movie Masoom featured Naseeruddin Shah, Shabana Azmi and Supriya Pathak.

One of my all time favorite movies, books, and what has come to be one of my all time favorite Hindi songs as well. The lyrics, screenplay and dialogues for the movie were by Gulzar and the music by R.D. Burman.

Ek roz zindagi ke rubaru aa bethi
Zindagi ne poocha, dard kya hai?

Kyun hota hai?
Kahan hota hai, yeh bhi toh nahi pata chalta!
Tanhai kya hai aakhir?
Kitne log toh hai,
Phir tanha kyun ho? 
Mera chehra dekh kar
Zindagi ne kaha
Main tumhari judwaa hoon
Mujhse naraz na hua karo.

Tujhse naaraz nahi zindagi
Hairaan hoon main
Ho hairaan hoon main
Tere masum sawaalon se
Pareshaan hoon main
Ho pareshaan hoon main

Jeene ke liye socha hi nahi
Dard sambhalne honge
Muskuraaye toh muskuraane ke
Karz utarne honge
Muskuraaun kabhi toh lagta hai
Jaise hothon pe karz rakha hai

Tujhse naaraz nahi zindagi
Hairan hoon main
Ho.. hairaan hoon main

Aaj agar bhar aayin hain
Bundein baras jaayengi
Kal kya pata inke liye
Aankhen taras jaayengi
Jaane kab ghum hua, kahaan khoya
Ek aansu chhupa ke rakha tha

Tujhse naraaz nahi zindagi
Hairaan hoon main
Ho.. hairaan hoon main
Tere masum sawaalon se
Pareshaan hoon main
Ho.. pareshan hoon main

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