Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Bollywood Trivia

I have updated a series of status messages on FB and Gtalk and I thought its an good idea to compile their extended addition and post them on blog. So here it is.

Bollywood Trivia: Bollywood of 90’s was a representative of the country’s state at that time. India opened its economy and we as a nation were feeling confident and optimistic. Songs like ‘Tujhe Mirchi lagi to mein kya karoon’ denotes the changed Foreign Policy of India rubbing shoulders with all the superpowers of the world. Dialogues like – “Harkar Jeetne wale ko baazigar kehte” showed the optimism we had in our blood. It also showed the state of Indian Cricket. Such was the deepness of the 90’s Bollywood.

Bollywod Trivia: The bollywood of 90's was daring enough to flaunt the single status of the Indian youth. The songs like ' aa bhi jaa....kab se karein hain tera intezaar' and ' jab bhi koi ladki dekhoo mera dil deewana bole...ole ole ole' has been the landmark in the industry and legendary examples of the time when India was not hit by the MTV 'Dare to Date' wave. Hail Bollywood !!

Bollywood Trivia: Adding Jamalgota was a trivial revenge technique used for the villan's sidekick during the 80's and 90's in bollywood. While it created quite a funny situation, it also result a lot of difficulty for the Villain character. Andaz Apna Apna was the first film to use this technique on one of the main protagonist character. Hail AAA !

Bollywood Trivia: ‘Khiladi’ has the record of the longest ever Movie Series of Bollywood. With 7 films – “Khiladi, Main Khiladi Tu Anari, Sabse Bada Khiladi, Khiladiyon ka Khiladi, Mr. and Mrs Khiladi, International Khiladi and Khiladi 420”, Khiladi Series changed the bollywood forever. Undertaker, controversial Mud shot of Shri Shri 1008 Rekha ji and smooch of Mamta Kulkarni gave the first true International touch to Bollywood of 90’s. Songs like “jab tak rahega samose mein aloo, tera rahunga oh meri shalu” paved the way for the corny lyrics which has been a main character of Bollywood of 90’s. Hail Khiladi !!

7 comments:

Insignia said...

Clean analysis.

Do you remember?

"madhuri dixit mili raste mein...
khaya channe humne saste mein..

mere daddu pehne diaper...
chasme par unke wiper..."

:-) Hahahaha

Abhishek said...

90s was all about the common man making it big when he isn't even supposed to earn basic human respect, like Govinda. :D

Pratik Gupta said...

@Insignia and Abhishek: Please Please dont waste the legendary Govinda in comments section. One complete post will be dedicated to the master himself.

@Abhishek: Dont you dare to say anything against chichi Ji !!

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The Holy Lama said...

Those lyricswere funny but sometime a bit too much with other meanings. Anyway Govinda-Kader khan-Shakti kapoor was a different phase and usually light.

Konark said...

nc work ladke ,but u r tryin ( rem just trying) to dip into this vast galactic ocean of Indian cinemazz..ultimate realization of dis ll lead to nirvana !! so beware ...
P.S. :My fav to "jab thi koi ladki dekhu"..." baraana de" n "aflatoooon" all hail khiladi !!

B\W "dare to date" is [V]z product nt Mtv..Respect "ANDY sir " :D

Pratik Gupta said...

@Holy Lama: The lyrics were way deeper then me and you can imagine.They carried a philosphical message about life and Emotions :)

@Konark: I apologize for the serious mistake (Read Sin) I have committed. :(