Main Badhiya Tu Bhi Badhiya Lyrics
Shaadi kar le saanwariya
Phootengi phir phuljhadiyan
Pa pa ra pa
I am such a fine catch and so are you. Marry me, my beautiful beloved! Then there will be fireworks. How nice! Imagine how great it would be.
WORD- Badhiya - Great.
FACT- Saanwariya: Pretty beloved - This song stars Sonam Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor who made their debuts together in the movie titled -"Saanwariya."
I am such a fine catch and so are you but , I am a free bird. You can keep your fireworks! Everything is great.
Alluding to Sanjay Dutt's personality in his early days, lyricist, Puneet Sharma describes Sanjay as a free bird that soars up above in the sky. He has no intentions of settling down.
Mujhe patni banale jhatt patt apni
Sun pagli main hoon chhora jungli
Arey kaahe ko banana chaahe meri chattni
Marry me quickly! Make me your wife. Listen! you crazy one, I am a wild lass. Why do you want to grind me to my ruins?
While his girlfriend his eager to marry him, Sanju makes it clear that he is in no mood to settle down since he's in the prime of his life.
FACT- Mangni - Is a Indian ritual prior to a wedding in which the bride and groom exchange rings, committing that they will marry each other in the near future.
It is usually conducted in the presence of elders and relatives, something that a then young Sanju clearly wished to stay away from.
WORD- Patt - Quickly.
Maine sapne mein dekha mandap apna
Sab taare thhe baraati
Sang naach rahe suraj chanda
Listen, Beloved! I had a dream yesterday of our wedding stage where all the stars were merrily the part of this procession and the Sun and the Moon danced along.
She is clearly love struck and dreams of a great future with him. Little does she realise that Sanju has no such dreams.
WORD - Mandap - In Southern India, the Mandap is a place in the temple where the King and Queen would get married.
Every temple has different Mandap's for different occasions. Weddings take place in the "Kalyana Mandapa."
Sapna nahi hai yeh hai durghatna
Suraj se mandap jal jayega
Mujhe nahi pakna nahi pakna
Wake up, you crazy one! This is not a dream! It is a mishap. The Sun will burn our procession. I do not want to get bored or burnt.
While she believes their marriage would be as bright as the sun, Sanju sarcastically states that the sun would actually burn their wedding down.
FACT- Pakna - A Hindi word that means both - "Burnt" and "Bored" - clearly suggesting that he'd be terribly bored as well as tensed if he is asked to get married.
WORD - Durghatna - Mishap.
Phool khila dungi main
Arey bhool ja tu phool wool
Bagiya mein karni hai
I will come to your garden and make the flowers bloom, Marry me. Oh! Forget about the flowers and all, I wish to do some farming on this land.
The first part of this verse is an ode to the classic romantic lyrics used in the 1980's.
Sanju mocks these lines, suggesting that he has no intentions of growing flowers in this garden.
He'd rather grow crops and feed himself - a reference to how he wishes to focus on his work.