Irrespective of what number of on-line lessons you attend, nothing can replicate the sheer life in faculty campuses. So this week’s Playlist is an ode to them, in Bollywood type
‘Papa Kehte Hain’ from Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak
A track that captured the essence of commencement: parental expectations resting on minds which might be solely now getting used to the thought of obligations. That includes a contemporary confronted Aamir Khan, this 1988 hit by Udit Narayan echoes via the ages.
‘Yeh Ladka Hai Deewana’ from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
In the event you assume you’ve gotten forgotten what faculty campuses appear to be, Shahrukh Khan and Kajol are right here to remind you, in flashy neon GAP put on, sun shades a COOL necklace and oodles of hair gel. Cry hoarse about Rahul’s poisonous masculinity all you need, however the story of being bro-zoned by the faculty stud is all too acquainted. “However he’s your greatest good friend, yaar”.
‘Masti ki Paathshala’ from Rang De Basanti
I don’t know what faculty you went to, however in my conservative Chennai college, ladies couldn’t step out of the hostels after 7 pm. So a beer chugging competitors on prime of a lake, whereas a swag-filled nihilist good friend smokes away fifty ft under was not precisely my scene. However, AR Rahman’s ‘Masti ki Paathshala’ will nonetheless be our track of insurrection.
‘Kabhi Kabhi Aditi’ from Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
This track options the veteran star of Bollywood films, St Xavier’s School, Mumbai. In a track about Genelia D’Souza aka Aditi’s mates cheering her up, the campus’ Gothic structure, daylight glinting on the columns and arches, casually steals the scene.
‘All is Properly’ from three Idiots
Talking of veterans, our final track, like our first, additionally options Aamir Khan as a school scholar, begging the query, what number of KTs does this man have? This track, in the meantime, has gone on to grow to be the engineering anthem since 2009, a plea for blind optimism. Have you ever left engineering for wildlife pictures but?
Particular mentions: Omitted of the record for not being technically ‘Bollywood’, we tip our hats to the evergreen ‘Purani Denims’ by Ali Haider and ‘School Days’ by Gaurav Dagaonkar.
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