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When a Paris Man's Soulful Rendition of 'Tujhe Dekha To' Reminded SRK of Yash Chopra

A street musician in Paris was seen crooning 'Tujhe Dekha To Yeh Jaana Saman' on his flute as well as rendering it vocally.

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Updated:October 31, 2019, 11:57 AM IST
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When a Paris Man's Soulful Rendition of 'Tujhe Dekha To' Reminded SRK of Yash Chopra
Screenshot from video tweeted by @KumawatShikha.

When Dilwale Dukhania Le Jayenge (DDLJ) released on October 20, 1995, it quickly became the highest-grossing Bollywood film of the year and one of the most successful Indian films of all time.

A storyline attracting the Indian diaspora coupled with amazing music by Jatin Lalit and an international fanbase for Shah Rukh Khan has kept the movie fresh in collective memory even now.

Recently a musician was seen doing something unique on the streets of Paris. The man was seen crooning "Tujhe Dekha To Yeh Jaana Saman" on his flute as well as rendering it vocally.

First shared by a Twitter user named Shikha Kumawat, the video showed a foreigner playing the popular track from the film on his flute as well as singing it.

Tagging Shah Rukh Khan in her post, she wrote, "Happy to see this in paris (sic),"

Viewed over 5 lakh times, the video was shared by a number of people on social media, including King Khan himself, who poignantly wrote alongside it, "Suddenly just…missed Yashji. Maybe it’s the singer’s cap?"

A number of people soon took to social media to share their own views on the Paris rendition.

While some called it “beautiful”, others wondered if it was the same spot form the film.

Here's what users wrote:

Earlier, the film's popularity found fuel when Anupam Kher, earlier in September, tweeted a video of Nigerian fans recreating the DDLJ title track.

Kher had portrayed the role of SRK's Raj in the blockbuster movie.

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