Suit describes Guru Randhawa and Arjun’s fascination with a girl wearing a salwar kameez. According to Arjun, nothing brings out the beauty of a girl better than when she dresses up like a true desi.
Guru Randhawa makes use of a homonym while praising this female. He reckons she looks the best when she wears a salwar kameez (traditional dress of women in the Punjab region)
FACT- A homonym is when 2 words have the same spelling but have different meanings. Example here- Suit (Punjabi dress) and Suit (flatter someone)
Guru believes that she looks like a real Punjabi lady when she wears that dress. It makes her appear very beautiful and attractive. She stands out and looks gorgeously unique when she wears this dress.
WORD- Patola – Beautiful woman.
The sound of her elegant looking anklets has wrecked disaster in the hearts of men. Boys keep asking Guru about the whereabouts of this mysterious girl. Every kid roaming around the streets is smitten by her beauty. All of them have fallen for her.
Whenever she goes out wearing the combination of black, red and yellow, hearts seem to slip out of the chests of her admirers.
They slip and fall looking at her. He wants to speak his heart out and truly express himself, but he’s afraid. Guru seems overwhelmed by this woman, who’s captured everyone’s imagination.