Mumbaiya Hindi – Bollywood songs acts as one of the entertainment pie of commercial movies. Indian Bollywood or Bollywood songs uplift the box office graphs earning only through the release songs apart from the movies seen in the cinema halls.
Songs with a fusion of different languages are familiar and close to the heart of the listeners and viewers. One of the most common are the Marathi or Mumbai Hindi combination is an all time amusement.
Few of the never forgetting lines are:
Mumbaiya Hindi songs –
1) Mala jau de, Mala jau de, Haan haan mala Jau de
Mala jau de, let me go. This song based on the lavani folk of Maharashtra, Ferrari ki sawari. Highly energetic music with catchy lyrics has made this song an all-time famous. Gorgeous Vidya Balan is seen performing lavni sung by Urmila Dhangar and the song is composed by Pritam.
2) Yaaron Sun Lo Zara Haan Apna Ye Kehna – Jeena Ho To Appun Ke Jaise Hi Jeena
This song is from the movie Rangeela, a music from the timeless collection, music by AR Rahman, lyrics by Mehboob Alam Kotwal. Urmila Matondkar was featured in this movie, singer Krishnan Nair Shantakumari Chitra and Udit Narayan
3) Navrai majhi laadachi ladachi ga, Avad hila chandrachi chandrachi ga
English Vinglish is the name of the movie starring Sri Devi, Nav rai the most popular song because of its sway in music and lyrics. Marathi lyrics combined with Hindi together sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, lyrics by Swanand Kirkire and music Amit Trivedi.
4) M bole to bole to bole to bole to, M bole to master the main master, B bole to bole to bole to bole to
Famous song from the famous movie from Munna Bhai MBBS, song composed by Anu Malik and sung by Rahat Indori. The song is a perfect piquant for the listeners though released in 2005 still one can deem on this song.
5) Chanda Mama So Gaye Sooraj Chachu Jage, Dekho Pakdo Yaaron, Ghadi Ke Kaante Bhage
One more song with a pinch of Mumbaiya touch in Subah Ho Gayi Mamu from Munna Bhai MBBS, featuring Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi. Funny to listen but a fine mashup of lyrics by Abbas Tyrewala and music by Anu Malik.
6) Aey, Kya Bolti Tu, Aey, Kya Mein Bolu Sun,..
Award-nominated song from “Ghulam” with catchy tapori lyrics, though convincing to take your lady for a date. Song lyrics by Sameer, a singers Aamir Khan. Alka Yagnik, music Jatin, Lalit. Amir khan starring in movie convincing Rani Mukherjee” Aati Kya Khandala”
7) Aika Dajiba
Hain Ba Mujhe Dil Bil Nako Tera Deba
Mujhe Pyar Nahi Tujhse Hain Ba Mujhe Dil Bil Nako Tera Deba
Groovy number with the zestful lyrics and music with the innate lingual combination of Marathi and Hindi, music director Avadhoot Gupte and singer Vaishali Samant.
These are Mumbaiya Hindi songs – The songs are all-time famous any generation of any age group can point out the movie without any second thought. Play the song, dance on the energizing lyrics on all-time popular striking swings.