For Indians, Bollywood has become the part of their lives and they just can’t ignore it when something new comes up in the tinsel town. In a gist, we can say that Bollywood movies have a huge impact on our lives and made us learn various things about life and our surroundings. Starting from ‘Tanhai’ to ‘Rashke Qamar’, Bollywood has given us different songs to express our feelings and some awesome words too.
Here is the list of words that we have learned from Bollywood:
This is the word used to refer a woman in some parts of UP and Bihar. This word got its origin from the classic cult movie Gangs Of Wasseypur which gave the people a cool word to refer their girl bosses.
Intehaan means to reach a limit. And there is also a popular song on this in Bollywood versed as ‘Intehaan ho gayi intezaar ki, aayi na kuch khabar mere yaar ki.’ A perfect stating for the situation when your bae doesn’t reply.
Chull means to excite someone. And this word is used in a Bollywood song from the movie Kapoor and Sons that has now become a party number. No party is completed without the song Kar Gayi Chull. This word was already used in many parts of Punjab and Delhi.
4. Rashke- Qamar
This word has a very sufiyana meaning which means somebody is so beautiful that even moon is jealous. The very famous song of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan brought this word to the limelight and recently in the movie Baadshaho.
Raabta which is the most famous track of the time. This word means deep connection. It was first used in the movie Agent Vinod and later it was re-created in the movie Raabta. Both of the versions are amazing and no one can get enough of this song.
This word means my good luck. And a song is also made on this word for the movie Hasse Toh Phasse.
Roobaroo which means face to face. A very famous song from a hit flick Rang De Basanti which is so soulful that we can’t enough of it after listening once.
This word means obsession for something which is clearly shown by the chemistry of Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor.
Latt means addiction. Later it came in limelight from the song Latt Lag Gayi which became a hit party number which starred Jacqueline Fernandez.
This word is used to refer someone bold and awe. The song from the blockbuster movie Dangal which starred Aamir Khan was a hit and was loved by masses.