Dil To Bacha hai ji!

Yes,this is what I’ve been humming lately! So,how have you all been? I know I’ve been away for way too long. One month to be precise. No particular reason.Just the usual lethargy,lack of anything worthwhile to share,writer’s block,whatever it may be called.

I somehow lost my momentum to write altogether. Initially it was because of my domestic responsibilities that took much of my time. Once they eased up,I lost the will to write :(.

I tried to blog-hop hoping to get inspired, but ended up feeling intimidated instead, by the incredible writing of so many bloggers. As a result, I chose to shut myself out for a while. But that didn’t work either. Words simply refused to flow out of me.

So now, thanks to the pokes from many of you, I’m feeling the urge to get back to the blogging scene yet again. I logged in to my reader,about two days back,only to realize it was flooded…with posts! Seriously,people,why do you choose to write so much when I’m away?? Cant you just wait for me to be back?? πŸ™„

Anyway,as I begin to read you all again,albeit slowly, I realize how much I have missed the whole feel of it.

I’m still not sure if I’ve my groove back. So for now let me do something that I can do any day better than writing….share a song :).

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45 thoughts on “Dil To Bacha hai ji!

  1. This is such a wonderful song, isnt it ? cant get it out of my head at times….especially, the rajkumar era hummng….amazing composition, amazing lyrics !

    D: Vishal Bharadwaj and Gulzar are deadly combination πŸ˜€

    So, even you are in that block now, huh ? Try doing a tag; thats the best way to come out of it ! πŸ˜€

    D: Yes,tags can be a great tool to beat the block..let me see if I can pull something out and give it a shot..thanks for the tip,Vims πŸ™‚

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  2. Gulzaar is just amazing. The ease with which he pens down lyrics. I also loved the rendition esp. the pronunciation of ‘sufed’. πŸ™‚

    D: I love his style too. Mera Kuch Samaan is my all time favorite. The lyrics were metaphorical,yet so easy to understand. Thats what I like about him. I love the way he makes use of words like ‘chappa chappa’ or ‘anki chali bankichali’ or the more recent ‘ibn batuta’ πŸ™‚
    Have you heard this song from Namkeen,raah pe chalte hai? Its lovely,Sols! Its another one of my favorites
    here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMg5khs0UnI

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  3. Welcome back!!!!! It is wonderful to see a post from you again πŸ™‚

    So did Sakshi’s post make the difference finally πŸ™‚

    D: Totally,Smits! How could the smiles of those chakkuduvaavas not prompt me to get back?? πŸ™‚

    As for the song – will come back later and listen πŸ™‚

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  4. Yay! Welcome back Deeps :D. And thanks for the lovely song. Haunting melody, great lyrics and the lovely Vidya Balan to boot!

    D: I’m not a big fan of Vidya Balan,but yes,she is looking lovely in this song πŸ™‚

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  5. You have no idea how much i adore this song!! Gosh Vishal B simply rocks, he makes one iconic song after the other. I was floored by his chappa chappa charka chale from maachis, mitwa re from a lesser known movie ram balraam i think, then o saathi re from omkara, dhan te naan from kaminey and now this!! Some talent he has! Strangely hes much of an underdog still and has nt been elevated to the status of an ARR. I think he is no less in talent compared to the mozart of Madras.

    D: Of Course not! I dont think we can compare ARR & Vishal Bhardwaj! Both have their own style of making music. While ARR,I feel, concentrates more on the technical aspect by experimenting with different sounds. Many a times lyrics do not stand out in his music. But his music sure does. While Vishal Bhardwaj prefers to be more raw,and earthy and he has a way of bringing out the beauty of the lyrics by way of his music.

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  6. Yayy! Deepu is bk πŸ™‚
    My call did the trick na πŸ˜› πŸ˜› Nw pls pls, allow me to take some credit for it πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰

    D: Arre you take poora credit re! Your call certainly did the trick πŸ˜€

    I luvvvv this song πŸ™‚ .. gr8 composition and wonderful feel πŸ™‚

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    1. Sigh…big big sigh!! It was your call and I thought it was my painful labour of a smiley post that did the trick πŸ˜₯

      Dipsy now you tell us what did the trick 😈 πŸ‘Ώ

      D: Both πŸ˜› πŸ˜› ..see diplomacy rules the roost here πŸ˜€

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  7. I simply love that song!!! It has some old times ka feel to it!!!

    As fasr as people blogging when you are away, sigh!! Ask me!! The days when am totally free nobody updates their blog hehehehe…

    D: You’ve experienced it too?? Its so relieving πŸ˜€

    Welcome back πŸ™‚

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  8. awesome song, no?

    me also humming this all day…downloaded it and have it on my ipod as well….

    lovely song. will be a good movie for sure…

    D: I’m looking forward to watching the movie,hope its worth the watch πŸ™‚

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  9. so nice to see a post from you!! {{hugs}}}
    The song is awesome! πŸ™‚

    Come back and write and read at your own pace Deeps!
    we miss you when you aren’t around spreading your wisdom and cheer!

    D: Awww..you’re a darling,Pix! I missed being here amongst you too a lot πŸ™‚
    Hugs to you too

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  10. Yeah, actually I’m in the same boat.

    D: Arre,aisa mat kaho! You’re one of those incredible writers I was talking about. Let me hop over to give you a kickstart πŸ˜€

    “but ended up feeling intimidated instead, by the incredible writing of so many bloggers”

    Exactly. I actually wrote a supposedly funny post but ended up not publishing it coz. it didn’t sound that funny 😦

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    1. China se aaya mera dost
      dost ko salaam karo..

      Gosh when will I see something else that a Chinese tag on your blog? 😈 Write some review pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee… :mrgreen:

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  11. Deeps, Came back to listen to the song – and it is lovely!!! Thanks so much for sharing! Pliss to share more – I end up listening to music only at the blogworld πŸ™‚

    D: Hai,na?? I loved it the first time I heard it too πŸ™‚

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  12. I love love Rahet Fateh Ali Khan…first it was that Lagan lagi tumse mann ki lagan…(John Abraham in that looked Haaat!!!) Tujhe dekh dekh sona that made me fall in love all over with the concept of cuddling and sleeping at night :wink:, then Aaoghe jab tum O saajnaa which made me shed tears like a Dam πŸ˜₯ Aaj din chadeya….Jesus I think i can write about every single song of his here 😳 I am in love with his voice *floating angel smiley*

    D: He is sheer magic,isnt he??

    In all this saang excitement phorgot to say “welcome back dipsy” and hope you have a smiling blogging year ahead πŸ˜›

    D: Thank you,Sakshikutty for sending those smiles of the little angels my way πŸ™‚ /strong>

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  13. Well i see that with every refresh of your blog that you are replying to comments…atta girl…back with a vengeance haan??

    *sakshi waiting for Dipsy to get tired replying to all my nonsense called comments* :mrgreen:

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  14. Welcome back and you have posted a beautiful song for re-blogging! I love Rahat’s voice and this song is superb! I became familiar with this song because this was the favourite one in many reality shows of musical programmes.

    D: Really? Its been a while since I’ve watched a musical programme.

    Now, start writing…!

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  15. lol..same here Deeps…was way from blogging for almost more than 2 months…!!
    So i hope to catch u all from on!!

    D: You’ve been away too…chalo,that way I’m hoping I wouldnt have missed any of your posts. Let me hop over to your page πŸ™‚

    Howz your daughter….really missed your blog!!

    D: My daughter is fine,Nazish,thank you πŸ™‚

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  16. good to see you back!….share with us what is happening in your life..for great articles we can always read magazines:)..here we want to know what you think and do:)

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  17. Good to see you back… it is a nice song and thanks for sharing.
    The interesting thing about song is that once it gets into the brain it keeps coming back no matter what you do…
    so humming along is the only way out .. lol

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    1. Firstly, it is a ridiculous question to ask. I dont think anyone will be glad to see his/her teenage daughter come home pregnant.
      Secondly what you asked is not relevant to what I commented on IHM’s post.

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      1. Anon are you trying to sell a stupid movie that failed to raise the curiosity of people here in USA? Whether the girls in Gloucester mad a pact or not…it doesn’t change the truth IHM wrote on her blog or our comments.

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