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Lyrics / Video of Song : Jaage Hain Ab Saare (Aazaadi Aayegi)

choir chanting

jaage hai ab saare log tere dekh watan
gunje hai naaro se ab ye zami aur ye gagan
kal tak mai tanhaa thaa sune the sab raste
kal tak mai tanhaa thaa par ab hai saath mere laakho dilo ki dhadakan
dekh watan

aazaadi paayege
aazaadi laayege
aazaadi chhaayegi
aazaadi aayegi aayegi

 choir chanting

jaage hai ab saare log tere dekh watan
gunje hai naaro se ab ye zami aur ye gagan
kal tak mai tanhaa thaa sune the sab raste
kal tak mai tanhaa thaa par ab hai saath mere laakho dilo ki dhadakan
dekh watan

ham chaahe aazaadi
ham maange aazaadi
aazaadi chhaayegi
aazaadi aayegi aayegi

 choir chanting

lyrics of song Jaage Hain Ab Saare (Aazaadi Aayegi)

Top user comments for lyrics of song "Jaage Hain Ab Saare (Aazaadi Aayegi)"
Arunabesh Chakraborty on Wednesday, January 26, 2011
@gujjucheap so what do you mean sit back and watch british oppress INDIA? Netaji wanted INDIA's freedom at all costs whatever it may be. In fact i dont think friend we are in any stage or have the right to discuss what this greatest freedom fighter did because we cannot even in our dreams imagine the life in INDIA at that time 64 years ago and how much oppressed our people were you wont hesitate to kill a man if he comes to your house and threatens to kill you even using the street gundas(Nazi)

MrJojo2335 on Saturday, April 13, 2013
The major aim was to raise an army .. which was not possible without a foreign alliance... and he couldnt have gone to america or France becoz they were allies of britain. and even if the axis powers would have won the war, they couldnt have controlled india without the sm indian army that subhash bose created.. besides subhash bose was a cmplt democrat and a leader of much higher calibre... he was the fourth best in ics xms in britain, but he threw that away and fought for this country

Mrparrot73 on Sunday, August 07, 2011
And read how a decade after the war, the British got together and invaded Suez for another imperialist war. They got their asses kicked in Suez. And Maggie Thatcher even supported apartheid in SAfrica. YOU are the one who needs a history book, not me. Finally, what's an "honest" review? Would American newspapers call a movie on slaves working in a plantation "anti-White"? No sir! Britain remains as evil and imperialist as ever to this day. They just dont have the resources anymore

MrJojo2335 on Thursday, April 11, 2013
Churchill said we indians are beastly ppl with a beastly religion... subhash bose was the true of this country... he knew that we had to kick the british out.. we had to win freedom on our terms... otherwse the freedom will be incomplete ... he was right.. as u can see the country was partitioned in religious lines by the british before they left.. so we all paid the price... subhash bose was either murdered on kept captive... he tried to make this subcontinent a btr plc

Mrparrot73 on Sunday, August 07, 2011
It doesnt stop there. The British press explodes in anger when Indians make movies about colonial times. The Telegraph condemned the pure fiction movie Lagaan for being "anti-British" and for projecting the colonial Brits as "oppressors". The Telegraph attacked a British lottery that had invested money in the movie "The Rising: Mangal Pandey" when the movie was showing the British as evil and violent! Are u kidding me?The Raj is beloved and praised by Brits to high heaven

Sushant Shinde on Friday, August 19, 2011
a.Netaji had committed the crime against the British(which was the criminal of India) by supporting the Axis power in WWII b.The strong friendship between British rulers and them(Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Nehru) made them thinking that friend's enemy is my enemy c.They had guarantee that the country will go with Netaji and he will get elected as the First Prime Minister of the free India and they could not have started their family business

Mrparrot73 on Friday, August 05, 2011
The truth is that World War II left Europe gasping for breath and too weak to do much. At the end of WW-2, John Keynes was begging with the Fed Reserve for a small loan to keep Britain afloat. As such, it was impossible for Britain to flex its muscles and keep the Indian Empire. I am not saying that the fascists would have made India free had they won, but I am saying that luckily Hitler came along to end British power forever.

Mrparrot73 on Saturday, August 06, 2011
Can't you read? Did I say I wish Hitler won WW-2? But, it is thanks to Hitler that we are a free nation today. If Hitler hadn't come along, there would be a British garrison in India to this very day. The British keep telling Indians we should thank them for the railways even though the original purpose of the railways was to drain India's wealth. Same way, we thank Hitler for destroying Britain, no matter how evil Hitler was.

Mrparrot73 on Sunday, August 07, 2011
The British tried to put the INA was put on trial, but realised that Indians were in no mood to accept occupation any more. The Royal Indian Navy had mutinied in Bombay. It was impossible for bankrupt Britain to tell its famished citizenry they'd have to prepare for imperial crackdown in India, not to mention the US Fed Reserve didnt wanna give desperately needed money to Imperialist (and ironically) newly socialist Britain.

johnsammyanfal on Wednesday, November 03, 2010
Even more strange than his eccentric life is Bose's improbable death. Speculation abounds if he in fact died at Taihoku or whether that was just a ploy to escape the hangman's justice. Like other war criminals it is possible he assumed an alias - perhaps the sinister sanyasi 'Gumnami Baba'; and was shielded by an Indian Odessa whose fascist remnants can still be found in the echelons of the Indian army and BJP.

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Film cast: Sachin Khedekar, Surendra Rajan, Jishu Sengupta, Divya Dutta, Pankaj Berry, Rajpal Yadav, Lalit Tiwari, Christian Willis, Arindam Sil, Ahaahmed Khan, Howard Lee, Chris England, Alokananda Roy, Shakeel Khan, Rakesh Shrivastav, Ashish Roy, Charu Rohatgi, Arindam Ghosh, Samiran Mukherjee, Lal Babu Pandit, Rohan Nicol, Kunal Mitra, Pradip Kumar Das, Nandini Chatterjee, Tarseem Singh, Ila Arun, Arif Zakaria, Sunil Sinha, Amrish Puri
Singer: Sonu Nigam, Anuradha Sriram, Sapna Mukherjee, Satyanarayan Mishra, A R Rahman
Lyricist: Javed Akhtar
Music Director: A R Rahman
Film Director: Shyam Benegal
External Links: Bose - The Forgotten Hero at IMDB    Bose - The Forgotten Hero at Wikipedia

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