Simply outrageous lyrics in Bollywood!
Achi baatein kar li bahut, ab karunga tere saath gandi baat...whacky, double-meaning or just plain ridiculous, lyrics of recent Bollywood films would make some of our legendary 'poets' turn in their graves. CS lists out some of them and tries to understand what went behind the compositions.
>> Khaike palang tod paan. A Sunny Deol film is incomplete without some tod phod, no wonder then Sameer Anjaan decided to pack a punch with the betel leaf.
>> Tinku jiya, ishq ka manjan ghise hai jiya. We are sure that Anu Malik thought of this while brushing in the morning. Every moment should be a creative one.
>> Pungi baja ke. One of the gems from Amitabh Bhattacharya’s collection, this Agent Vinod number was one of the few things people loved about the film.
>> Aa re pritam pyaare. The song is quite okay till you come to the khoonkhar shikari bit. Carnal instincts are at its peak.
Making an a** of
>> Hip Hip Hurray by Kumaar from Mere Dad Ki Maruti
>> Chinta ta chitaa by Sameer Anjaan from Rowdy Rathod
>> Bum pe laat from Himmatwala by Sameer
>> Booty shake from Chennai Express by Amitabh Bhattacharya
>> Tooh Tooh by Anvita Dutt Guptan
>> Dreamum Wakeuppum Critical Conditionum. With so many projects in his kitty, Amitabh Bhattacharya’s creativity is indeed critical.
>> ABCD’s Daru piyega nahi toh bheja hoga psycho by Mayur Puri reiterates that anything sounds nice once you’re drunk.
>> Firebrigade mangwa de re tu, angaro par hai armaan. It looks like Sameer Anjaan took the director’s directive of composing a hot number too literally.
>> Jhak maar ke. Kumaar must have spent months composing this. Main likhunga jhak maar ke.
>> O re chori chichori, chedein humein chingam chaba ke. Don’t be surprised if you see a bubblegum branding somewhere.
>> Sari ke fall sa kabhi match kiya re. In the era of skimpy outfits, Mayur Puri shows his nine yards of poetry.
>> Tere shirt da main button soniye from Kya Supercool Hain Hum. Kumaar finds a lyrical way to get up close and personal with this number.
>> Dil da balloon, fula de very soon. Kumaar seems to be getting better with every song.
>> Electric Piya from Gangs of Wasseypur 2. Varun Grover’s mehendi number is a hilarious one, and this time the compliment is a genuine one.