‘O Rahi Re’

One of my favorite Song with Lyrics ‘O Rahi Re’ from the movie Luck By Chance

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Lyrics

Jaag uthe hain raaste
o rahi tere vaaste

teri zindagi…
tujhse har ghadi…
aur har kadam…
hai yeh poochti…
rahi dekh raha hai tu kya
har har disha… hai rastaa…
bol tera hai kaunsa rastaa
rahi re o rahi re
kisi ko nahi hai pata
rahi re o rahi re
kahaan ja raha hai bata

ik raasta kaanton ka hai
ik raasta phool ka
tujhpe hai kaun se
tu raaste ko chune
ik raats hai soch ka
ik raasta bhool ka
tujhpe hai tera dil
ab kya kahe kya sune
hoga tera hi yeh faisla
hai sochna ya bhoolna
bol tera hai kaunsa rastaa
rahi re o rahi re
kisi ko nahi hai pata
o rahi re o rahi re
kahaan ja raha hai bata

aasaaniyaan mil sakti hain tujhko zamaane se
par zara yeh bata
jeena hai kya yun tujhe
aazaadiyaan tu paayega
khud ko hi paane se
phir bata koi dar
mehsoos ho kyun tujhe
hoga tera hi yeh faisla
aasaaniyaan …
aazaadiyaan …
bol tera hai kaunsa rastaa
rahi re o rahi re
kisi ko nahi hai pata
rahi re o rahi re
kahaan ja raha hai bata

rahi re o rahi re
kisi ko nahi hai pata
rahi re o rahi re
kahaan ja raha hai bata

Movie – Luck By Chance
Music Director – Shankar Ehsaan Loy
Song – ‘O Rahi re’
Lyrics – Javed Akhtar
Singer – Shankar Mahadevan

How to Capture Screenshots from Windows Media Player?

Grabbing a screenshot from Window Media Player is not as easy as it seems. Yesterday I tried to use the extremely useful screen capture by ‘Print Screen Key’ to try to capture a WMV running file on my Windows Media Player Classic V10.

Every time I tried to use the print screen, a blank image was captured from the Windows Media Player. Then I thought maybe the running video was creating a problem with capturing a frame. So I paused the movie and tried the print screen method. But I still got a blank screen.

Then I tried to capture paused and running movies in full screen using ALT+ENTER but again had no luck. So I decided to try some advanced options of Window Media Player but still had no luck.

I searched the internet whole day and found the solution for this problem. Here it goes.

Simple way to capture Images from Windows Media Player

1. Open Window Media Player
2. Then go to Tools > Options > Performance Tab > Advanced Button
3. Uncheck “Use Overlays”
4. Click Ok and you are ready.

Now run your movie in any size or screen resolution. Use the standard “Print Screen Key” Method as described and you have captured a snapshot from your favorite movie on windows media player without using any special multimedia software. Enjoy!

Another way to Capture Screenshots from Windows Media Player

As an alternative of the Print Screen Method, try pressing “CTRL+I”. This pops up a save as window after capturing the screenshot.

1. Open Window Media Player.
2. Go to Tools > Options > Performance Tab.
3. Reduce the “Video acceleration” from the default FULL to NONE.
4. Click OK and then close down media player.
5. Open the file you want to take a still using the Print Screen method
6. Press ALT and the “Print Screen Key” to copy an image from the movie to the clipboard.