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Do u remember the innocent urge in "Bekarar kar ke Humein yun naa jaaiye" or O saathi re! tere bina bhi kya jeena Or the one in Abhimaan's "meet naa mila re man ka"?
I don't remember when n how soon we shifted to "jaa Padosi Ke Choolhe Se Aag Leile"(Omkara) or "Hey Babyy jee lene de iss pal ko....kal ki sochenge kal ko".I remember that loudness in Hritik's "Sanjana, I love you!" and then Emraan going for a direct kill in a song as soft as "Aashiq banaya aapne" :P

Does this shift shows the change in our mentality(Indian males)?

Asked by prashant sharma, 07 Dec '08 12:57 pm
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Availability of stuff that stimulates baser instincts, higher level of tolerance, pampering of kids by adults, rising income levels have all contributed to this change. One factor can not be isolated.
Answered by Cynic, 07 Dec '08 01:06 pm

 
  
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Old songs r still popular...Nobody will remember Yesterday's hit pappu can't dance sala after few days...i still remember "jalate hain jiske liye teri ankhon diye" wat a wonderfull song!
Answered by sumati gayki, 07 Dec '08 01:05 pm

 
  
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Whatever people may listen for timepass but for ultimate relaxation we return back to soothing old songs .
Answered by Suman Singh, 07 Dec '08 01:05 pm

 
  
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This shift is the total effect of western culture .We today also like the song bekarar karke hame ...and o saaathe re./Old songs are best even today
Answered by ANURADHA PATHAKJ, 07 Dec '08 12:59 pm

 
  
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