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Ladies and gentlemen, i am again back to you with another Shah Rukh Khan video 😆 I was watching One 2 Ka 4 and i thought why not to share my favourite part from this movie. It is one of the rare art pieces where you can find thriller, action, romance, horror, fun and love just within one video. While having the eyecandies (SRK and Juhi Chawla), do not forget to taste the velvet voices of Sonu Nigam and Alka Yagnik as well 🙂

Enjoy it!!!

Hai Dil Baazi Lyrics:

–FEMALE–

Haye, haye, haye, haye

Dil ki baazi laga, humse aankhen mila

Mere yaar re

 

Haye, haye, haye, haye

Pyaar ki hai umar, tu hai kyoon bekhabar

Sun yaar re

Ruk piya

Ruk piya, ruk piya, ruk piya piya piya

Chala kahan leke jiya, leke mera jiya jiya jiya

Haye, haye, haye, haye

Dil ki baazi laga, humse aankhen mila

Mere yaar re

 

–MALE–

Deewana main nahin

Dil ka sauda ho tujhse yeh mushkil hai

Kisi ko bhi dedoon dil

Yeh khilona nahin aakhir yeh dil hai

 

–FEMALE–

Tauba tauba

Tauba tauba mujhko hi samjhe ho gair piya

Tere liye main leloon duniya se bair piya

Haye, haye, haye, haye

Dil ki baazi laga, humse aankhen mila

Mere yaar re

 

–MALE–

Tujhse bhi badhke haseen aur bhi hai jahan mein, deewani sun

 

–FEMALE–

Mar jaaoon, mit jaaoon

Tere sadke karoon zindagaani sun

 

–MALE–

Oh, do din hai jeevan ke, kisi ke bhi sang hole

 

–FEMALE–

Oh, dil ki hai majboori tujhpe hi dole piya

Haye, haye, haye, haye

Dil ki baazi laga

 

–MALE–

Naa

 

–FEMALE–

Humse aankhen mila

Mere yaar re

Arre haye, haye, haye, haye

Pyaar ki hai umar

 

–MALE–

Kya

 

–FEMALE–

Tu hai kyoon bekhabar

Sun yaar re

 

 

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A small room with a window, a table with a chair, a bed, a lamb, some papers, some photographs…This is the place where an old man, with a blank mind except a few memories, is kept…

It starts with a simple, plain story about this old man. Then other characters come on the scene and the story gets accelarated. It sounds like a story within the story. Each and every character is somehow connected with one another, the old man being the key point…

An unknown story, an open end to be shaped by the reader… Abundant details, all to be used at some place sooner or later in the book…. Quite random, usual, even routine, still next page calls for the reader…

Reading some other works by Paul Auster, I would rate this one as 3/5 since it doesn’t create enough curiousity for the reader…

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Chuiya, still a child but a widow at the same time sentenced to live in an “ashram” by religious bindings, unaware of what is going on around with her innocent mind and her love and care-seeking heart…

Kalyani, sharing the same fate, feels sympathy with Chuiya. Although she takes shelter under an “ahsram” to go on her living under protection, she is forced to sell her body. Meanwhile, being a widow, although strictly forbidden, she can’t help falling in love…

Narayan, adopting a newly born philosopy, followed by many through the leadership of Indra Gandhi, has a different approach to life, and is quite criticized by his close cicrle due to his disobedience to the traditions and his wish to make a widow her wife…

An unfortunate story of two lovers struggling to love independently under the roof of another struggle of a nation to live independently…Hidden truths, hypocrisy, belief in superstitions, using people for benefit and ignorance…Some pseudo-facts like a sharp slap…some sincere confessions like a soft touch…

Decorated with the enchanting music of A.R. Rahman, both the topic-line and the cast (Lisa Ray, John Abraham, Seema Biswas, Sarala Kariyawasam), it urges you to take a step further towards an enlightened world…All in all, a striking movie deserving a five star!

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