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S for Songs #AtoZChallenge


I am one of the most filmy persons ever !

At times (read : always) I wish that there were songs playing in background..

Some songs speak my heart out.. and some make me realise what my heart actually wants to say..

So, if at all.. my life did have background music.. then.. how would it be..


**drum rolls**

The song of love at first..or whatever number sight :- Kabhi Kabhi mere dil mein.. ki jaise mujhko banaya gaya hai tere liye..

Song of Being in Love :- Offo !!!

Dil ka dimaag se
Jhagda lagaaya kise
Peechhe ke darwaaze se ae..
Dabe paanv aaya kaise
Thoda sa kameena
Thoda bechara hai
Ishq bhoot sahi par yeh
Bhoot bada hi pyaara hai……

Or mayb..

Jeene ke ishaare mil gaye….

Meri Zindagi Main Teri Baarish Kya Hui
Mere Raste Darya Bane Behne lage…

Meri Karvaton Ko Tune Aake Kya Chhua
Kahin Khwab Neendon Ki Gali Rehne lage…

Song to sing to him..

On Happy Days : Tum Mile.. toh mil gaya .. ye jahan..

On Romantic Days : Mann mast magan.. bas tera naam dohraye..

On Fighting Days : Musu Musu haasi.. maana humse ho gayi.. ek choti si khata :p

On days of love – like u meant it : Jo tu mera humdard hai.. laut aaungi tere paas yahan.. waada hai mera.. mar bhi jaoon kahin..

Song while hugging (sad one, though): Lag jaa gale.. humko mili hai ghadiyan naseeb se 🙂

Song while making out (Ahem..) : 

Jal Jal ke dhuan.. Aaj Raat Ko Hosh Ki Hain Jaroorat Kaha – Aaj Sharam Se Koi Kehde Na aaye Yaha..

Song before separation :  Tujhse juda hokar mujhe door jana hai.. pal bhar ki judai.. phir laut aana hai..

Song during moment of separation (This one being my favorite) : Ye dooriyaan.. tera mujhe kar jaati hai dooriyan..

Song when missing each other : Banjar hai sab Banjar hai.. teri ek talash ko dekh piya..hum kitne saare kos chale..

Song when coming together.. Manchala… Manchala.. teri or..

My happy ending Song : DDLJ Music… lalalala / Jaane tu ya jaane na.. ending scen.. kahin toh.. UFF !!


What say? Whats your song??


25 Bollywood movies you should watch before you turn 25

Life in India is a lot like our cinema. It begins with no certain plot, has its moments of dance and drama, grows with you but definitely has a lot of sensible teachings along the way. And then life reaches a point where you stop and reflect on your journey.  25 is that year, we say! You may or may not have accomplished much by then, but that’s alright, you must have watched some really good cinema!

Here’s a list of 25 Bollywood movies you should watch before you turn 25, because each one of them has a lesson for you:

1. Lakshya

Being aimless in life and careless about career is a phase everyone goes through. Having a quarter-life crisis is not so bad either. However, the magic lies in waking up at the right time. Forget everyone else, the real deal is to surprise yourself with your own capabilities and to do something that you yourself never expected to do. After all, this is what ‘Lakshya’ taught us. To leave one life and live the other!

2. Dil Chahta Hai

There are times when you want the clock to stop. There are times when you don’t want to leave a place. There are times when everything just feels right about the company that you have. Such is the gravity of friendship in youth. You don’t want to grow old at all. But unfortunately, time waits for no one. ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ is a coming-of-age story which remains an essential part of everyone’s life, simply because it holds true no matter how many times we watch it.

3. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

25 is an age when you have lived a quarter of your life, which is more than enough to have explored the world. But what have we actually seen until now? Did we ever quit our jobs, switch off our phones, leave all tensions behind and just travel? No. We’ve only been planning of this while life passed us by? This ‘my bwoy’ is a serious problem! We live just once but die everyday at the hands of our mundane lives. May be, it’s time to explore the unexplored and let the road decide our destination.

4. 3 Idiots

However embarrassing it sounds, we still have to rack our brains to remember something as simple as the multiples of 12! And this is the biggest flaw in our educational system. We study to learn and not to understand. ‘3 Idiots’ makes us laugh at our own shortcomings, at the Indian education system which is still plagued with the prejudices of money and grades. Education should not be about percentages, cut-offs and degrees and it MUST be available to one and all. This is what 3 Idiots is all about.

5. Rang De Basanti

20s is a very volatile age group. We get angry at the drop of the hat. Our adrenaline levels are always pumping and our all time favourite punching bag is the system of the country. But what do we actually do to correct this system? Nothing. ‘Rang De Basanti’ tries to create an environment of increased activism on matters of public interest and throws open a debate: do we want to take matters into our hands or keep crying foul about the inefficiencies of the society?

6. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

When we watch movies like Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, it feels like your comfortable cover has been blown off. At 25, the world feels like a mess. However, some tales are so inspiring that your own struggles begin to look mediocre in front of them. Watching a biopic of a real man who has gone through so much to achieve everything in his chosen vocation, inspires you to keep going towards your goal and give your hundred percent to whatever you do.

7. Rockstar

If you’re 25, you know there can be no better expression of love and pain than music. ‘Rockstar’ shows the struggles of a talented singer and a fallen superstar and his love torn heart which just can’t seem to find peace. Aren’t we all a bit like this? We carry hurt and pain in our hearts but what we need to learn is to channelize the disappointments and aggression in life into something constructive. A must watch for all the obvious reasons!

8. Wake Up Sid

Where are we standing in life? Where are we headed? Is this what we always wanted to do in life? Are we satisfied with the life we have chosen for ourselves? Are we even awake? Or are we being washed out by a strong current called life? These questions come back to haunt us later by when some important decisions of our lives cannot be undone. ‘Wake Up Sid’ urges us to correct our decisions, realise our underfed talents and live life according to our own liking.

9. Queen

What would happen to you if you hit rock bottom in life? When you’re down, the only way to go is up, says ‘Queen’. This movie is like a beautiful poem which suddenly makes you feel good about life. It makes its viewers believe that there are people out there you can trust and look up to for friendship and guidance. And, most importantly, if there is no one, you still have yourself! So just go out, and live every single day of your life to the fullest.

10. Chak De! India

Call it SRK’s stellar acting, a beautifully written script or sheer patriotism, there is no chance you could have missed this one. The movie teaches us to rise above religious, regional and emotional prejudices and to play like a team for a common cause! More than anything, this movie also gave India its unofficial anthem in the form of its title track ‘Chak De India’.

11. Taare Zameen Par

Have we ever wondered why a glass appears half empty to some of us while it looks half full to others? It’s just a matter of perception, we say. ‘Taare Zameen Par’ breaks the stigma attached with the differently abled children and leads us to give them a fair chance. Such movies leave a lasting impact on our psyche and help us immensely in bettering our judgement towards life. And in case, you forgot the message of the movie, just remember, every child is special.

12. Rock On!!

Friends, fights and lots of rock music! A never-seen-before spectacle for a Bollywood movie, ‘Rock On’ set a new bench mark for Hindi movies. Guided by the feelings of ego and jealousy, we often make many reckless decisions in our youth only to repent later in life. If you too have an unfulfilled passion or a remorse of lost friendship at 25, go after it because it’s never too late.

13. Swades

25 is an age when we are at our ambitious best. We have accomplished quite a few things and can see a comfortable and promising future for ourselves. However, how many of us can leave a settled life behind and devote it to the upliftment and betterment of the lives of our rural brethren. ‘Swades’ is a story of self-less devotion to the country and bringing development at the grass-root level. A must-watch for all who want to contribute to their  motherland in their own little way.

14. Iqbal

There is no bigger defeat in life than succumbing to our own incapabilities and there is no bigger victory than overcoming them. This overwhelming tale of unbelievable self-belief and will power reminds us that our real inspiration lies within us, and once we find that, we should harness it and achieve the unthinkable.

15. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

I can’t remember the last Bollywood movie which struck a chord with youngsters as much as YJHD did. Some of us could see our friends in the movie, some of us relived our own journeys, some of us were reminded of our love stories but all of us loved the way Ranbir leaves everything for his passion, only to return as a much more mature and sensible guy. If not for anything else, YJHD is a must watch for its scenic locales and foot tapping music which inspires you to pack your bags and just travel!

16. Jab We Met

Indian youngsters have been brought up on a staple diet of romance fed to them by veterans such as SRK and Kajol. However, ‘Jab We Met’ gave audiences not only a fresh romantic couple but an equally beautiful story. The movie depicts how love means different things to different people  and that nothing is wrong when two people are in love.

17. Rocket Singh

Admit it! We have all given up on some life-changing idea at least once in our lives because we lacked the courage to make the actual plunge. No wonder we move on with a familiar remorse in our hearts. ‘Rocket Singh’ teaches us an amazing lesson about self-worth which stresses on the fact that an organisation is only as good as its employees and that taking risks in life is not as bad as it looks initially.

18. Luck by Chance

It’s only natural for a young mind to lust after fame and relationships. But can we manage to balance them both safely on our palms? Bollywood is considered as the big-bad-world where people make friends for their own benefit and ‘Luck by Chance’ gives us a sneak peek into it. The movie almost seems to poke fun of the film industry but with great affection. Most of our youth years are torn between the dilemma of love and career, and the movie beautifully sums up this dilemma with its subtle message that success is best enjoyed with the presence of your well-wishers and not at their cost.

19. Shaitan

Dark, reckless and unforgiving, 20s is a phase where we could be living in denial. We feel grown up and mature, but fail to tame the wild child inside each of us. We meet random people and tend to let them enter our lives too soon. But can they be our real friends? Should we be more mature in our judgement? Can we own up to our mistakes instead of running away from them? ‘Shaitan’ warns us of this dark side of youth and gives us a lot to think about.

20. Fukrey

If you are in your 20s, chances of you being in a situation where you thought your life has been royally fucked are quite high! And when you are neck deep in shit, you realise that the world is a much more adventurous place to be in as compared to the safe shell you’ve been living in. Such times teach you the importance of friendship and make you a stronger person. ‘Fukrey’, in a very light-hearted manner, lets us know that with the help of your friends and a little street smartness, you can manage your way out of any situation.

21. Fashion

We all have heard about the big bad world that fashion and film industry are and for the uninitiated, ‘Fashion’ is a brilliant reference point. 25 is that time of our lives when we are still unsure about everything and anything dark attracts us. No wonder that we are at the peak of our obsession with the fashion world. ‘Fashion’ the movie is a well-researched sneak peek into the struggles and pressures of modelling and delivers a very important life message: everything that goes up, comes down.

22. Socha Na Tha

When the king of romance, Imtiaz Ali has a story to tell, you just can’t miss it. We all have been in and out of relationships and that is what makes this movie so relatable. The emotional turmoil and the helplessness in the matters of that heart have been beautifully depicted in the movie, exactly the reason why it remains so close to the heart of the youngsters.

23. Pyaar Ka Punchnama

Life is not always about serious stuff, it’s equally about having relationships and having fun, or NOT, in this case! This quirky take on the bachelor life and modern-day couples is a must watch for anyone dealing with a quarter-life crisis. The sleeper-hit aptly showcases the struggles of youngsters who are desperate to find a financial and romantic standing in their lives, but fail miserably on both the fronts, like many of us do at this age. This light-hearted comedy will make your day however many times you watch it.

24. Udaan

Udaan is one movie which should be watched by parents and kids together. Dealing with a major problem plaguing the Indian society today, Udaan takes us through the journey of a teen-aged boy forced to compromise on his dreams and take up a conventional path in life. The emotional turmoil that the story depicts, resonates with all of us who have given up on something close to our hearts. The movie gives a very important lesson to its viewers: if you still have that fire burning in you, do not hesitate to take that flight!

25. Barfi!

What is that one thing we always take for granted in life? Ironically, it’s our life itself! ‘Barfi’ comes as a subtle reality check for all of us who crib about all the trivial issues in life. Even though the protagonist of the movie cannot speak, yet the movie gives a loud and clear message about living life to the fullest despite all the problems and most importantly smile through them!

25 Movies You Have To See Before You Turn 25 – Buzzfeed

25 Movies You Have To See Before You Turn 25

Everyone deserves to know about The Dude.

1. Almost Famous

Almost Famous

DreamWorks, Thinkstock

The exact moment I decided to be a writer was while watching Almost Famous. In fact I paused the film around halfway through because I was hit by a wave of inspiration and had to go write something. A poem, I think. I’d always written, but this film made it look like something one could do as a job, and that it might lead me on strange and interesting adventures. Mostly it’s a film about being different and weird and finding acceptance for it through your art, and that spoke to me on so many levels. I’m different! I’m weird! I write! Maybe I can do this?! Thirteen years later, I’ve still not been on tour with a rock band, but I do write for a living. Thanks, Cameron Crowe.
Daniel Dalton

2. Trainspotting


Miramax Films

Taught me the following lessons:

Don’t do heroin.
Save your money.
Listen to your heart, not your friends.
Don’t do heroin.
Scotland is interesting.
Be careful who you pick up when you go to a club.
Don’t do heroin.
Always use protection.
Fries are called chips in Scotland.
Don’t hang around criminals.
Don’t have kids.

And don’t do heroin.
Norberto Briceno

3. Hoop Dreams

Hoop Dreams

Fine Line Features

Hoop Dreams is the greatest documentary ever made and was what taught me to start thinking about privilege and poverty and how that relates to “following your dreams” or whatever, when I was a young stupid teenager constantly being told to follow my dreams.
Summer Anne Burton

4. The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

Universal Pictures

It will remind you that individuality is the key to being happy. You do you. Never pretend to be someone you’re not.
Anna Neyman

5. Laurence Anyways

Laurence Anyways

Alliance VivaFilm

Aside from having exceptional cinematography and a soundtrack you will keep listening to after the fact, Laurence Anyways grapples with gender identity in the 21st century and what happens to everyone around you when you do decide to transition. Not only that, but Xavier Dolan was an impressive 23 years old when he directed this film.
David Bertozzi

6. 500 Days of Summer

500 Days of Summer

Fox Searchlight Picturres, Thinkstock

I think the most important takeaway from 500 Days of Summer for me was there’s always going to be someone else. I watched this after going through a pretty shitty breakup. When you’re young and a relationship ends, you come out on the other side feeling like you’re never going to feel that way again. I think it’s important to figure out that the end of a relationship isn’t the end-all be-all. Maybe you find someone else, or maybe you learn to love yourself.
Kirsten King

7. Persepolis


The Kennedy/Marshall Company

Persepolis is a coming-of-age movie that takes place during the Iranian revolution, and it really hits on issues of feminism, finding your voice, and staying true to your individual spirit.
Monique Steele

8. The Outsiders

The Outsiders

American Zoetrope

The Outsiders taught me about the inevitable changes that can happen in your lifetime, and the only way to really deal with the changes is to accept them instead of fighting against them.
Monique Steele

9. North by Northwest

North by Northwest

Metro Goldwin Mayer

Everyone talks about Casablanca and Citizen Kane as the be-all end-all for classic film, forgetting the awesomeness that is North by Northwest. Though the plane scene is no doubt iconic, most people associate Hitchcock with dark thrillers like Psycho. In North by Northwest, he mixes genres so fluidly that you’re scared, happy, intrigued, and most of all: entertained.
Sheridan Watson

10. All The Real Girls

All The Real Girls

Sony Pictures Classics

All The Real Girls is about human error and forgiveness and it’s depressing as fuck but I think really “relatable” and good for people to watch and think and argue about.
Summer Anne Burton

11. All About Eve

All About Eve

20th Century Fox

All About Eve is as relevant today as it was in the ’50s, and could be retitled Mansplaining. The aging theater star Margo Channing (Bette Davis) is our 40-year-old hero while the antagonistic twentysomething star Eve (Anne Baxter) is our ostensible villain, but the real villain is, again and again, patriarchal values, stupid men who cannot conceive of their own advantage, and goddamn male hypocrisy. It’s a film about two women vying for male attention, and yet the fight is clearly the result of a system that sets women up to tear each other down. It’s witty and funny and sad and still great, all these years later.
Ariane Lange

12. Life Is Beautiful

Life Is Beautiful

Caravan Pictures

It shows you how important it is to always have a sense of humor in your life, even in the worst possible scenarios. Plus, it teaches you about the Holocaust and everyone should know about the Holocaust.
Anna Neyman

13. Requiem for a Dream

Requiem for a Dream


People often talk about Trainspotting as the heroin film but fewer have seen the incredible Requiem for a Dream. Though bleak AF, it’s a film that manages to capture the utter despair of drug addiction. It’s so criminally underrated that it makes me cringe. It was Darren Aronofsky’s first masterpiece, and let’s be real, that soundtrack is the best.
Sheridan Watson

14. Heathers


New World Pictures

A dark, hilarious movie that would NEVER get made now. Teenagers trying to one-up one another via elaborately maudlin suicides would get laughed out of any movie studio. But this perfect film laid the groundwork for every cinematic high school bitch we’ve seen since.
Ira Madison III

15. I Am

I Am

Flying Eye Productions

I Am is not a flashy film. It uses stock images and cliched songs, and some parts are a little bit cringe. The whole documentary circles around Tom Shadyac (Bruce Almighty, Ace Ventura) and his struggle with wealth and the realization that money and power don’t guarantee happiness. That said, its overall message and exploration of what’s important in this world is paramount to the development of a good mind and a better soul. Shadyac interviews a bunch of really great icons, writers, and people, and manages to construct a great message of moving together as one society and helping out your fellow man. The bits with Desmond Tutu will make your soul flutter.
Brad Esposito

16. The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Miramax Films

I saw this movie in high school and I fell in love, not only with its story, but with it’s cinematography. The whole first half of the movie is shot from the POV of the protagonist. I read the book right after, and to this day, it’s made me appreciate what I do have and accept that everything you know can be radically changed unexpectedly. Jean-Dominique Bauby wakes up to discover he’s completely paralyzed except for being able to blink one of his eyes. From that, HE WROTE THE ENTIRE BOOK by blinking…BLINKING.
Candace Lowry

17. The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life

Plan B Entertainment

It inspires you to make your own path in life and to work hard no matter what your dreams are, and it shows you the importance of keeping strong relationships. It’s one of those films that teaches you something new every time you watch it.
Nia Alavezos

18. The Women

The Women

Metro Goldwyn Mayor

Revolutionary for not having a single man in it, it’s a funny ode to female friendships and also a biting commentary on the rivalries that society places on women. Plus, the one-liners are still useable even today.
Ira Madison III

19. Mean Girls

Mean Girls

Paramount Pictures

Few other films capture “girl world” in such a smart and hilarious way. And it’s infinitely quotable. YOU GO GLEN COCO.
Jenna Guillaume

20. The Princess Bride

The Princess Bride

Act 111 Communications

It’s one of the greatest movies ever made. Fact. If you want to act like you have any knowledge of pop culture at all it’s a must. In addition to being incredibly funny (and highly quotable), it has a lot of smart, sweet things to say about love and family and childhood and magic and stories and life and death and MLT sandwiches.
Jenna Guillaume

21. Punch-Drunk Love

Punch-Drunk Love

New Line Cinema

It made me think about all the ways you can fall in love, and how you can find it in the most unexpected places. Also the composer, Jon Brion, is one of my all-time favorites. He added a very dreamlike quality to the film. Also, because I studied painting I loved the compositions in the film.
Ruben Guevara

22. Starship Troopers

Starship Troopers

Epic11 / Getty Images

For whatever reason, it’s not a movie that many people talk about. I consider Starship Troopers one of the best science-fiction movies — if not THE best science-fiction movie — of the last 20 years. It’s as relevant today as it’s ever been before. See this movie!
Andrew Ziegler

23. The Iron Giant

The Iron Giant

Warner Bros.

Everyone should watch The Iron Giant because it’s one of the most underrated animated movies of all time. The storyline, style, characters, and animation are all breathtakingly beautiful. The only reason more people haven’t seen it is because they didn’t do enough PR. It is some of Brad Bird’s finest work. After seeing the ending you’ll never be the same.
Loryn Brantz

24. The Way Way Back

The Way Way Back

Fox Searchlight Pictures

This movie is the quintessential coming-of-age film. It doesn’t sugarcoat the fact that some family situations simply suck, and some family members are the literal worst. But, it also gives hope that you can (and will) unintentionally find people who make you happy and feel whole again.
Stacey Grant

25. The Big Lebowski (or any Coen brothers movie)

The Big Lebowski (or any Coen brothers movie)

Working Title Films

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen this movie. It’s so, so funny, and is insanely quotable for any situation. The Coen Brothers inspired me to get into film, and Steve Buscemi, John Goodman, and Jeff Bridges are comedy gold. It also has one of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s most underrated roles. Everyone deserves to know The Dude.
Candace Lowry

L for Love Letters #AtoZChallenge

Love letters.. my favorite way of communication…  How I wish people would still send hand written letters to the person they love.. Magic !

anyways.. I came across this video.

Watch this video and put yourself in place of this old man, who found an incomplete letter written by him to his wife. He decides to complete it and during theprocess regrets having not formed enough memories with his beloved wife, who’s no more in this world.

Are you making beautiful memories with your loved one? If not, wake up and do it now.

If you have someone you love enough to want to see their face every morning… tell them.. before its too late.. write a Love Letter ! (cause i don’t know about diamonds. but love-letters are forever)



This is a Submission for A-Z Challenge

A to Z Challenge.. K – Kevin Doyle (27 Dresses)#AtoZChallenge

We all have been in love with some or the other move character at a point of time. My love – Kevin Doyle from the Rom-Com ’27 Dresses’. He is my kindda guy..HE IS MY Guy!

Blunt.. Witty.. Brooding Eyes.. Self-made.. Caring(he gives her a blackberry so she doesn’t have to carry her FiloFax’..Awe)…  Writer..(Brownie Points )Human.. Romantic.. the way he looks at her..

“Do you wanna know the real reason why I came here tonight? Because I knew this was going to be hard for you. And for the first time in a really long time I wanted to be there for somebody…. But I want you to know that I think you deserve…I think you deserve more than what you’ve settled for. I do. I think you deserve to be taken care of for a change. I believe that.”

Uh! he is everything that a perfect guy should be.. actually he is more 🙂

C’mon people.. tell me your favorite Movie Character 🙂


P.S A to Z challenge 

SONG OF THE DAY : “My Heart Will Go On” (OST : Titanic )

By Celine Dion


Every night in my dreams

I see you, I feel you,
That is how I know you go on

Far across the distance
And spaces between us
You have come to show you go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you’re here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

Love can touch us one time
And last for a lifetime
And never let go till we’re gone

Love was when I loved you
One true time I hold to
In my life we’ll always go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you’re here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

You’re here, there’s nothing I fear,
And I know that my heart will go on
We’ll stay forever this way
You are safe in my heart
And my heart will go on and on…

Song 3 : Luttna (Cocktail)

Am so loving this song

Je main tainu bahar dhoondhan
Te mere andar kaun samaaya
Je main tainu andar dhoondhan
Te baahar kis di maaya

Andar tu ein bahar tu ein
Vekhan har thaan tera saaya
Main vi tu ein te tu vi tu ein
Ratta farak nazar na aaya

Yaar enj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna
Yaar enj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna
Yaar enj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna
Yaar enj luttna...

Log chiraag jalatey ghee ke
Maine dil ka deep jalaaya
Log hain khaate kasam wafa ki
Main zehar hijr ka khaaya
Log gawaande dil ishqe mein
Log gawaande dil ishqe mein
Maine apna aap gawaaya

Phir bhi mera kujh na haaye
Mere sohnye yaar ko bhaaya

Je main nadiyaan naan tu paani
Main taan bin tere sukh jaana
Main taan bin tere sukh jaana

Je tu paani taan main piyaasi
Je tu paani taan main piyaasi
Main taan bin tere muk jaana

Dil da laggna agg da laggna
Yaara sab kuchh hai jal jaana
Na tu dhuan na chingaari
Yahan kuchh bhi nazar na aana
Aaja khelein khel wafa ka
Aaja khelein khel wafa ka
Yeh khel hai bahut puraana
Ya tu mera ya main teri
Hai chaukhat par mar jaana

Yaar ajj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna
Yaar ajj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna

Yaar ajj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna
Yaar ajj luttna haye luttna,
Oh dil tuttna tuttna tuttna
Yaar enj luttna..

Song 2 : It Must Have Been Love – Pretty Woman (OST)

Lay a whisper on my pillow
Leave the winter on the ground
I wake up lonely,there’s air of silence
In the bedroom and all around

Touch me now, I close my eyes
And dream away…

It must have been love, but it’s over now
It must have been good, but I lost it somehow
It must have been love, but it’s over now
>From the moment we touched till the time had run out

Make believing we’re together
That I’m sheltered by your heart
But in and outside I turn to water
Like a teardrop in your palm

And it’s a hard winter’s day
I dream away…

It must have been love, but it’s over now
It was all that I wanted, now I’m living without
It must have been love, but it’s over now
It’s where the water flows, it’s where the wind blows

It must have been love, but it’s over now
It must have been good, but I lost it somehow
It must have been love, but it’s over now
>From the moment we touched till the time had run out

It must have been love, but it’s over now
It was all that I wanted, now I’m living without
It must have been love, but it’s over now
It’s where the water flows, it’s where the wind blows

25 Random Things About Me :)

1. I love compliments. Like really. But, when someone actually compliments me, I just can’t take them with a simple ‘Thank you.’ I have to try n deny it, make a joke out of it, change the topic or something as silly.
2. When I get angry or upset or hurt, I shut down n act very indifferent. I’m cold, then. N there’s no time when I hate myself more.
3. I’ve never had a fracture. N call me crazy but, I really want to have one. So that I can feel special when people sign my cast. 
4. I’ve also never had chicken pox or some sort of disease that most people get when they are younger,n I fear that I’ll catch something of that sort during a very important phase in my life. :/
5. When faced with people I am simply acquainted with, I generally prefer to die. I cannot make small-talk if my life depended on it. I just can’t. Sometimes, they get the impression that I don’t like them n sometimes, it’s true; but, most of the times, it’s just because I’m a very socially awkward person.  The truth is- most of the times I want to talk to them, I just don’t know how to.
6. I love the smell of old, old books n paper. It’s probably my second favourite smell. The first being wet ground & him 🙂
7. Crying in front of people makes me feel very, very weak. I know that’s not how one should think n all that, but still. However, this does not hold true for other people crying in front of me. 
8. Someday, I want to teach children in rural areas or slums. I wanna do this so bad 🙂
9. A way to get into my good books is to laugh at my jokes and care for my people. There’s nothing sexier to me than a guy who’s laughing at a joke I told him and then asks me about my maa. 
10. I am the most annoyingly opinionated person ever. I take time to judge people, but then end up sticking to my theories forever. Almost always.
11. I love imagining faces in clouds and uneven walls ..
12. The kinda music which is popular these days disgusts me. I can’t listen to hip-hop n rap unless I’m partying n don’t care what I’m dancing to. 
13. I can’t sing or dance. But, I get mega offended when someone else points that out to me.  I use Avada Kedavra several times on them in my head.
14. I still get cheap thrills when my best friends of years say that I’m their best friend.
15. In a relationship, non-awkward silences n being each other’s best friend are big for me. 
16. Random cravings for stunningly random foods such as pani puri paani n cake n Ma’s aloo-ki-kachori & Icecream are very common when you’re me.
17. My ego is huge n very fragile. If you mess with it, I’m going to hate you forever n wish that you fall in a hole n die a slow painful death. (ok, I made it sound bad)
18. I’m very sadistic. When I watch people suffer, I feel happy. Not nice people. Just people who are in the mentioned Fall In A Hole N Die list.
19. I love my family. but I love my friends equally, They mean the world to me 🙂
20. Even though I’m tiny, I hit hard. 
21. I’m not a morning person. Period.
22. Clicking pictures of people is something I love doing. Also, I like being candidly clicked. If I had things my way, I’d record every interaction with a few people n then sit with a tub of popcorn n watch.
23. Surprisingly, I have been brutally honest in this post. Generally, I’m a very closed person. Writing is easier, I guess.
24. I’m very patient. Very. Very ! but once I lose it, It’s gone. Similarly I don’t give up on people but once I do, no going back.
25. My biggest fear is losing people I love and missing trains !

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