Discussion in 'Music and Dance' started by Amica, Mar 11, 2020.
(with English subtitles)
Beautiful! Or as a Pakistani might say Maasha'Allah!!
Couple of lines that I thought stood out:
naa karun mayake mein aakar shikaayat mein unki
karni aati ho mujhe khud hee marammat unki
I shouldn't come and complain about him in my mother's house
I should myself know the art of how to deal
Unko hai roti pasand, mujh ko hai bhaave chanwal
aisi ulfat ho, aisi ulfat ho, ke hum roti se khaanwe chanwal
If he likes roti , and I like rice
Our love should be such that we eat roti with rice
marammat essentially means repair or fix. Such an apt usage, the translation cannot explain why I was ROFL at that.
Good one to share here, Amica. TFS. Wouldn't have come across it otherwise I think.
Made my day, the expression on the women's faces were so funny. One even touched her face at the talk of tappad.
Bride's mother's saree is beautiful. Very beautiful, including the message!
Mummies should put it on whatsapp to all their male children.
Love it @Amica . Thanks for sharing!
Wow awesome loved it totally every line is so meaningful by the girl.
every hindi or and urdu knowing young bride to-be or just wedded or just hooked must watch and hear yes hear this beautiful picturised song with each young ones embellished like Angel.
2. First part - senior women enjoy as bride being advised while bride and her likes frown and in the second part the bride brims with rebuff of lyrics and confidence in life ahead while senior ripe women frown and scoff.
3. I enjoyed by repeated viewing.
4. Brides modern are brave, smart and would not let Mils to hustle their tails!
Thanks because I saw in activity you liked and replied.
Thanks also due to you for the effort to put the lyrics transliteration and meaning.
God bless earthen Angel's and brides now and in future.
Really a great share. I wouldnt have normally given much importance to such videos , but seeing the title of your post, went ahead to view. Every line of it, so full of meaning and what every girl should actually think and feel - but sadly, when I myself was approaching marriage, (I am speaking of 38 years before) , none of this maturity and self confidence was there even at the age of 27! and all I thought of was how I could please everyone in my marital home so that my parents would not have to face any embarrasment. I just thought of the other post of yours amica, of how times have truly changed! and manytimes for the good too.
Amica, thanks for sharing this beautiful one. I normally don't pay attention to any shared videos. But it was you who shared it and Rihana's reply made me watch it and I am glad I did. Felt like every good advices in IL relationships forums are infused in the bride's prayer