Uchalne lage hum hawa mein
Puri hui dil ki tamanna
Bada hi assar tha dua mein
The Radio song is about joy and positive vibes. They’ve received some good news. Because of which they’ve begun to jump with joy in the air.
Now the desires of their heart have been fulfilled. Their prayers and wishes were truly impactful. It resulted in delight and happiness.
WORD- Khabari – News, Uchalne – Jump, Tamanna – Desire, Assar – Impact, Dua – Wishes/Prayer.
Joota polish karwa ke
Nachenge hum ta ta thaiyya
Sajan Radio bajaiyyo zara
Sajan Radio bajaike sabhi ko nachhaiyo zara
Now they’re all dressed up with their hair looking great. They’ve even polished their shoes, they will dance in full swing. He asks his dear people to play the radio. It’s time to make everyone dance a little.
WORD- Ban Than – Dressed for a joyful occasion, Sajan -Dear.
FACT- The first ever radio transmission was set up by Guglielmo Marconi – an Italian electric engineer in 1895.
The first song ever played on the radio was Largo – an opera song sung by a German composer, Frideric Handel in 1901.
He realizes that one day, the lost piece of his heart would eventually return. Truly confident that his close companion would come back one day.
FACT- Tubelight is inspired by Little Boy- a 2015 World War Two movie. Salman’s movie is set against the backdrop of the 1962 Sino-Indian War. Little Boy was the codename for the atomic bomb dropped on the city of Hiroshima, Japan on 6 August 1945.
He speaks of a person, very close to him. Even if he has to make amends all his life, he wouldn’t be sad about it.
Suggesting that he probably made a mistake and is ready to repay the faith throughout his life and afterlife as well.
WORD- Sadqe/Sadqa – A favour or service towards a person/God, which continues after one’s death.
Like an officer who stands straight in attention, who would then sit in his motor vehicle. He is confident that his solider will eventually return.
WORD- Afsar – Officer, Aintha – Stand in attention.