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Bollywood Boxing Day!

It's Boxing Day today and I decided to do a Bollywood post because it's fun to have a themed day and I thought Bollywood Boxing Day sounded good! lol. So here is a round up of Bollywood posts on the blog and a few other songs I like. :)

Babuji Zara Dheere Chalo from Dum:

Bardaasht from Humraaz (one of my fave Bollywood films):

Zara Zara Touch Me from Race:

Maula Mere Maula from Anwar:

Nachle from Lakeer:

Bure Bure from Bluffmaster (included in the post on Tweet's Call Me):

J-pop vs Bollywood (Namie Amuro's Want Me Want me and Aa Khushi Se Khudkhusi Kar Le from  Darling:

Zindagi Jeene Ka Naam Hai from James:

Dreamum Wakeupm from Aiyya:

 Girls vs Boys (Katrina Kaif and Akshay Kumar):

Dhoom Videos

Tata Young- Dhoom Dhoom and Dhoom Machale from Dhoom:

Dhoom Again from Dhoom:2 and Dhoom Machale from Dhoom:3:

Kamli from Dhoom:3:

Malang from Dhoom:3:

Awarapan Videos


Toh Phir Aao:

 Tera Mera Rishta:

And if you're an Emraan fan:

Also here are a few other songs I like:


Aitraaz  (2004) is a remake of the 1994 film Disclosure (which I like as well) starring Michael Douglas and Demi Moore. It's about businessman Raj Malhotra (Akshay Kumar) who is happily married to Priya (Kareena Kapoor) and they are expecting a baby. Then he meets his boss' wife, who is also his ex-girlfriend Sonia (Priyanka Chopra). Sonia still wants Raj but he doesn't want her anymore. She sets out to seduce and when it fails she and she decides to get revenge by accusing him of raping her, even though she was the one sexually harassing him! But Raj won't let her win and prepares to fight her in court. The movie is also said to be based on the real life case of American basketball player Kobe Bryant.

I've only seen this once but remember it being a good film. Being Bollywood it's a lot less sexual than the original! But I think it's a bit racier than the average Bollywood film. I like most of the songs.

 Here's Gela Gela Gela, my favourite song. I think this is during Raj and Priya's honeymoon but I'm not 100% sure. The playback singers are Adnan Sami and Sunidhi Chauhan.

This is I Wanna Make Love To You, the scene where Sonia is trying to seduce Raj. Sunidhi sings this one too. There's a male version on the album as well, sung by Kunal Ganjawala.

And this is Tala Tum Tala Tum (I think it means something like "Quagmire?). In this scene Raj is at a work party with his boss Ranjit Roy (Amrish Puri), Sonia and Priya. I think it's after Raj rejected Sonia but it's a long time since I saw it, so I may be wrong, lol. The singers are Alka Yagnik, Jayesh Gandhi and Udit Narayan.

Update: I did a search and "talatum" was described as either "stormy" or "continuity". I thought the English subtitle translation was "quagmire" when I saw it years ago but I may be remembering wrong!


Humraaz (2002) is a remake of the Hollywood film A Perfect Murder. See the link to Bardaasht above for the storyline. I think Humraaz means something like "Confidant", will have to check my DVD English subtitles!

This is Pyaar Kar. It's one night on the cruise ship and Priya is carrying out her and Karan's plan to get Raj (the ship owner) to fall in love with her. Udit Narayan sings on this one too. The other singers are Shaan and Kavita Krishnamurthy. Himesh Reshammiya did the music for this but he doesn't sing this time. Check out the Awarapan and Emraan Hashmi links for songs he does sing. :)

Here's Sanam Mere Humraaz. It's a scene between Raj and Priya. I think Sanam Mere Humraaz is something like, "You are my confidant" but I'm not entirely sure. The singers are Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik.

Hope you had a great Christmas! Happy Boxing Day and hope you enjoy the videos. :)


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