Beech beech mein
Sur lag jaata hai mera tumhare waala
Beech beech mein -2
Every now and then, our story, this romantic tale feels mouth-watering. Every now and then, I manage to hum the same tune that’s on your mind.
WORD- Afsana – Story/Romantic tale, Chatkhaare – Mouth-watering, Sur – Melody.
Aaja mazaa lenge baari baari
Badlega phir yeh status
Kanwaare waala beech beech mein
Now our breaths feel heavy and fiery like the flames. Let’s take turns to enjoy this moment. Sejal reckons that their status of being bachelors will eventually change.
WORD- Shola – Flames, Bhaari – Heavy, Baari – Turn, Kanwaare – Bachelor/Single.
This journey of theirs take’s place on earth. Yet the sky above keeps on moving. Suggesting that time stops for nobody.
Harry wonders if this story between them will be left unsaid despite the both of them acknowledging it?
WORD- Safar – Journey, Bayan – Declaration.
Karein na karein toh kahaan
Jaldi mein ye pal dheeme
Kyun hain chalte yahaan
They make a fool of themselves in strange unknown places. But if not here, where else can they do this?
In places like these, leisurely moments are always in a hurry to pass by. Once again lyricist, Irshad Kamil refers to how time flies when one is immersed in joy.
WORD- Begaani – Strange, Nadaani – Foolishness, Pal -Moment.
FACT – Parts of the movie were shot in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. Its origins can be dated back to the 4th century BC. The word Prague means Crossing, because of the Vltava river that passes through the city.
Baaki aadhe mein hai kya chalaki
Dikhla de gussa woh bhi
Karaare wala beech beech mein
Harry has discovered only half of who Sejal really is. The happy go lucky side. He wonders about her other half? her clever side which she hasn’t expressed yet.
She asks him to be his true self and express his anger every now and then. Hoping to get to know him better.
WORD – Chalaki – Clever, Karaare – Fierce.
Nishaane nazar ne daage
Kahe dil ki badh ja aage
Kabhi door door kabhi paas paas
Kabhi door paas ke beech beech mein
Every now and then, passion arises between them. They fire shots with their eyes – a reference to how they at times, express themselves without words.
Their hearts tell them to move ahead. At times, they feel really close to each other. And at times, they’re distant.
WORD – Armaan – Passion, Nishaane – Aim, Daage – Fire shots.