My Happy Songs

 

To Ritu Bhathal,

Here’s are four songs that made me laugh and smile at the same time. Hope they’ll also make you laugh and will help you to have a moment of laughter and happiness while you’re recovering:

  1. A Bengali song from an old Bengali film Sare Chauattor. The song name Amar Ei Joubon…(This Youth of Mine). The lodgers of a mess breaking into song and enjoyment keeping aside the business of the morning is the basic outline of the video. The moves, the expressions, and the music–you can feel the madness even if you don’t know the language. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1VIqd0T69x8)
  2. You had already mentioned one song from Padosan. Another song that catches the fascination from that movie is another beautiful playful and funny song sung by the friend of hero Bhola Vidyapati/Guru giving a session to him on how he should talk and behave with her crush Bindu. The song is Meri Pyari Bindu. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr_enRRcyuw)
  3. The King Julian song from Madagascar. Every time I heard it I can’t stop laughing out loud. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdcTmpvDO0I)
  4. Last, not the least, at the same time, is the song of Charlie Chaplin from Modern Times. I can’t get the language, but, his expression and movement made it a little easy to understand what he was singing. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_du8fjUN0Kg)

Let me know how you like these songs, though, I know you’ll face a problem with the first one, but, still, hope you’ll enjoy the song. Will be waiting for your comment.

Thanks,

Sangbad

Day 2 #musicalmarch

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