The song is filmed on Aparna Sen and Jitendra.
As it was the norm for a song sequence during the late1960s and early 1970s, while romancing his heroine, Jitendra hinders Aparna Sen's vision by standing in front of her in the convertible jeep while she is driving (worse than texting while driving) and hangs on the side of the moving vehicle, throwing caution to the wind and then takes her for an elephant ride without the Mahaut's supervision.
Aparna Sen is a critically acclaimed film maker, script writer and actress, whose other notable role in Hindi films was in "Sagina" with Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu.
Jitendra started his screen career as Sandhya's double in "Navrang". Since then he went on to play a wide variety of roles ranging from youthful, acrobatic Gopal in "Farz" to the teacher in "Parichay" (which was inspired by "Sound of music"). He almost got married to Hema. He has received many "lifetime awards", but none for his lead roles.
I thank Nikita for lending her melodious voice for this lovely duet and
Jatin Arya for mixing this song. I am also very thankful to Paras Acharya for helping me gather some information for the film Vishwas which has some wonderful songs like "Chandi Ki Deewar Na Todi" and excellent music by Kalyanji-Anandji who received Filmfare award for another song from Vishwas "Aap se hum ko bichhade huve"
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Le Chal Mere Jeevan Saathi (Dinesh-Nikita) | Music Codes
Lyrics: Gulshan Bawra
Original singers: Mukesh & Hemlata