Call it lost in translation or just for laughs – these lyrics turned out very different than what they were intended to mean
If you spend your weekends watching dubbed movies for some entertainment, you are no stranger to when meaning gets lost in translation. Here we have six Hindi songs which when translated from South Indian films result in hilarious lyrics and crazy dance steps that deserved a special mention.
What do you think?
1) Aa Ante Amalapuram
This song features Telugu star Allu Arjun and Anuradha Mehta from movie Aarya. In Hindi, the song featured Hazel Keech, who is now the wife of Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh. The song was played as an item song in the Bollywood movie Maximum.
2) Makkhi Hoon Main Makkhi
My Name Is Nani title song in Telugu features Samantha, Nani and Kannada superstar Sudeep. Baahubali's SS Rajamouli directed the movie. The film was dubbed and produced simultaneously in Tamil as Naan Ee, in Hindi as Makkhi and in Malayalam as Eecha. In Hindi the song was called Makkhi Hoon Main Makkhi.
Kilimanjaro from Enthiran shows Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai dancing in front of Machu Picchu, Peru. Their dance steps and costumes are amusing. And in Hindi, the movie was called Robot
4) Down Down
Down Down from Allu Arjun's blockbuster Race Gurram. The movie also starred Shruti Haasan, Prakash Raj among others. In Hindi, the song was called Down Duppa
5) Arima Arima
Another song from Enthiran, Arima Arima which shows evil Chitti dancing with Aishwarya Rai. The music is given by A.R.Rahman. In Hindi, the same song sounds very funny
6) Mere Jalwon Ki
This item song is from Kannada movie Bachchan and features Daisy Shah. The movie was also dubbed in Hindi. Check out the song.
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Last Updated Sep 19, 2018, 9:24 AM IST