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[However.ca] One of my favorite numbers from Bollywood is the sequence for the song “Choli Ke Peeche” from the film Khal Nayak (1993). “Choli Ke Peeche” literally means “What’s behind the blouse?” As compared to others in its genre, “Choli Ke Peeche” is an uncommonly cheeky, in-your-face type of song that is a treat to listen to.

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http://jessicool4.blogspot.com  Jess' Blog: For some reason the makers of Khal Nayak didn't subtitle the song and dance numbers, not even the excellent Choli Ke Peechhe song. UKIndia provides the best translation of Choli, but it was kinda hard to find. (via Cosmos)

http://www.bollywood.com [Bollywood.com] The Bollywood Blog: Item songs are the modern day cabarets...: In the 1950s Nadira riveted the crowds on the foot tapping number "Mud mud ke na dekh" and who can forget sensuous numbers like "Piya tu" and "Mehbooba mehbooba" featuring Helen. "Husn ke laakhon rang" from the film "Johnny Mera Naam" is one of the best dance numbers of all times.

[Nileshbabu.com] Nilesh Babu » Blog Archive » Me, My iPod and My Embarrassment: I can read their expressions, “What the f*ck?“, “Is this guy OK??“, “Is this guy a retard?“, “What’s wrong with this guy?“, “Is this guy deaf?“, “Is this idiot for real?“, “For God’s sake, it is 6 in the morning!!!”

[Tamanbollywood.singcat.com] Online Bollywood Winner Songs at Filmfare Awards 1990-1999: Situs kecil didedikasikan untuk penggemar Bollywood di Indonesia, .Music: Anu Malik, Lyrics: Dev Kohli.

http://jessicool4.blogspot.com [Jessicool4.blogspot.com] Jess' Blog: April 2005: After I wake up, before I get dressed, brush my teeth, and eat breakfast I go to the computer, start my newsreader and look at some news sites. But that's not enough information, I have to browse some random sites not in my newsreader and look up more info on the news I read in the morning.

http://o3.indiatimes.com/rediscoveringindia [rediscovering india] song and dance: Song and dance sequences have been an integral part of our films, irrespective of the language. In the days of the black and white cinemas, the songs had some relevance: for example –

[To Each Its Own] Double meaning: Simple words or sentences are often mis-guided into meaning something they were actually not intended to. Even during my kiddie days, I remember laughing my butt off along with my friends on some silly double meaning jokes.

http://greatbong.blogspot.com [ Random Thoughts Of A Demented Mind] A Brief History of the Vulgar Song: This was originally posted in my orkut community "Bollywood Bakwas". (2004) "Vulgar" Hindi movie songs have a long and illustrious history which I shall not attempt to document in its entirety here.

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