The Existential Dilemma in Every Bollywood Party Song Ever
Posted On 13th April, 2017 @ 11:03 am by MTV Editor

Aunty police bulalegi because life is an unending paradox of emotions that need to be regulated and minimised to a feat of perpetual boredom and despair,

Aunty police bulalegi because life is an unending paradox of emotions that need to be regulated and minimised to a feat of perpetual boredom and despair, controlled by bourgeoisie propaganda in the name of morality.  

 

1. Aaj Blue Hai Paani Paani 

Because who knows where the world is headed next, aaj water is blue, kal Donald Trump is President. Life is as meaningless as this song, folks. 

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2. DJ Wale Babu 

Trust Badshah to drive home the struggle of being stuck in monotony, except no one really cares about what you want. Gana chala do, gana chala do, gana cha… FTS. 

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3. Kala Chashma

This song gives you the deepest ever feels, because what is life, if not lived with an opaque world view of things. Isn’t it why homosexuality is still illegal? 

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4. Subah Hone Na De 

The paradox of new beginnings coming with a new day, but you wake up one morning and you are a giant insect.

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5. Chittiyan Kalayian 

When you realise that your existence can only be validated by the opposite sex if your wrists match the standards set by the fairness cream market and patriarchy. 

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6. Hookah Bar

Tera pyaar pyaar pyaar is like a hookah bar, because it is dark and provides a temporary escape from the shitfest that is this life. 

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7. Daddy Mummy

Personal favourite, NOT. But the absence of a controlling force is the perpetual green signal to procreate and bring forth more life into this world of suffering, one where this is called a song. 

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