A song in Zindagi
A song in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara has been inspired by a poem written by a Katrina’s fan on the internet.
The song Darrrling from Saat Khoon Maaf has been inspired by Russian folk song Kalinka which was written by Ivan Larionov in 1860.
The promotional poster of Hrithik Roshan’s Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara has been inspired by 2005 Hollywood film Lords of Dogtown.
Each song is like a child that I nourish and give my love to. But even if you have never written a song, your life is a song.
16 tonnes of tomatoes costing 1 crore were arranged for a scene where the cast of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara is celebrating Tomatina.
The song Girls Just Wanna Have Fun was actually written by a guy.
The right song can change your outlook on life in under 45 seconds. The trick is to find a song snippet that works for you.
Phool banke muskurana zindagi hai, Muskurake gum bhulana zindagi hai, Jeetkar khush hue toh kya hue, Haarkar khushiyaan manaana zindagi hai!
Writing a song is like having a child, and once the song is finished, it’s like letting the child into the world.
Aaye the zindagi mein zindagi bankar, fir chale gaye zindagi se ajnabi bankar, humne socha humse majaak kar rahe hai par dobaara laut kar na aaye roshni bankar.