So you thought that Yo Yo Honey Singh was the Bollywood music industry’s only export to the world of crude lyrics?
From the evergreen Sarkai Lo Khatiya to the more recent Laila Teri Le Legi, (later censored to Laila Teri Lut Legi) here are seven songs you don’t want popping up on your playlist with your parents in the room:
Sarkai Lo Khatiya
Unabashed, graphic and blatantly crude, Sarkailo Khatiya Jaada Lage was the 90s’ claim to Yo Yo Honey Singh fame.
Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai
Before the Chamelis and the Munnis hit the item number scene, Madhuri Dixit was blithely informing the nation about the contents of her blouse.
Choli Ke Peeche
Dum Maaro Dum
Unche se uncha banda, potty pe baitha nanga - While it wasn’t exactly hard to figure out where the lyricist was seated while penning these gems, we are yet to calculate how stoned was music director Pritam to allow this monstrosity.
Dum Maaro Dum
Bhaag Bhaag DK Bose
While we can’t speak for DK Bose, the makers sure did a whole lot of running once the Censor Board got an earful of this one.
Bhaag DK Bose
I Am A Hunter
‘She want to see my gun, when I pull it out boy, the woman start to run,’ followed up by, ‘Please don't be embarrassed, you could touch it if you want’ - If you thought this was unsettling when sung in Vedesh Sookoo’s voice, you obviously haven’t had the (dis)pleasure of hearing your innocent ten year old siblings humming it yet.
I am a hunter
Get an earful of the lyrics ‘Gore gore round round hilte dulte tooh.’ Picture this being sung with a roomful of zillion year old relatives for company. Now head to the bathroom and barf in peace.
I Want Fakht You
Ah, Shirish Kunder. We see what you did there. Unfortunately, the Censor Board did too and had the lyrics changed to their current tamer version, ‘I Want Just You.’
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