Thursday, April 18, 2019

P is for Paas woh aane lage zara zara

Oh man!

I had the perfect P song -- 'Pagal hua' from the 1999 movie Kohram. Where Nana Patekar and Tabu (playing an army officer and a police officer respectively) are doing amazing dance steps in amazing outfits.

One leeetle problem, however. The video owner has disabled playback on other sites so I cannot gif the heck out of this mindblowing song. So here it is -- bonus P song. Please watch it -- you will never look at Nana Patekar or Tabu the same way again.

Today's actual P song is 'Paas woh aane lage' from the 1994 movie Main Khiladi Tu Anari.

Now I did watch the movie when I was a kid but I couldn't remember much so I went to Wikipedia, where I read this very simple one-sentence synopsis that makes total sense.

"While Karan and Basanti fall in love with each other, Deepak falls in love with Karan's sister, Shivangi, which makes Karan mad and he tries to get rid of Deepak Kumar, for which Deepak Kumar reminds Karan that he wanted to hang around with him because he wanted to learn what it is like being a cop, and apologises for loving his sister Shivangi, which makes Karan guilty and tries to win back Deepak Kumar for his sister and Mother-in-Law."

So the song is an instructional video on pain management at home. It starts off with Saif and Rageshwari suffering from chronic lower back pain and trying to find various treatments for it.

Body still hurting? Try this champi method.

No results? Then try reiki.

Rolling on the grass has a massaging effect, which can help get rid of body aches and pains. You can even use your full body weight to massage a fellow sufferer.

If nothing is working, do not lose heart. Aquatherapy has proven effective for many people.

If the pain has spread to the face, you can consider applying some soothing petals or embarking on heat therapy by bringing your face in close contact with a lit candle.

Once you're rid of your pains, remember that prevention is better than cure. Exercise daily and make sure you do your stretches properly.

For the full video showing all treatment options, see below.

1 comment:

Charan Deep Singh said...

Well this one was a good film and great comic timing between Akshay and Saif.

And this song. Well never imagined that someone will analyse it like the way you just did ;-)