Song : Bolo Har Har Har
Singer :Mithoon Featuring Mohit Chauhan, Sukhwinder Singh,Badshah,Megha Sriram Dalton & Anugrah.
Additional Vocals Parthiv Gohil
Music Composed Arranged And Programmed By : Mithoon
Lyrics & Rap By : Sandeep Shrivastava
Drum Programming By : Bobby Shrivastava
Music Asst. : Anand Chopra
Song Recorded At : Livingwatermusic By- Kaushal Gohil
Music Mixed And Mastered By : Eric Pillai At Future Sound Of Bombay
Asst. Mix Engineers : Michael Pillai , Lucky
Music Video Director:Chandan Arora
Music Video Cinematrographer :Manu Anand
Music Video Choregrapher :Longinus
Music Label :T-Series Lyrics Wallpaper:
Goosebumps! Love story of a Fearless Warrior & Intense Lover. Peshwa-Maratha History unveiled on big screen (see Trailer & Pictures below…latest updates to #BajiraoMastani )
Beloved great warrior King has to prove his ‘Love’ to people?
Should married King be allowed to Love a Mistress/Dancer?
Who will be accepted as next Heir, legitimate Queen’s son or Dancer’s son?
King should choose his Heir using Mind (Duties) or Heart (Emotions)??
Watch true story of 18th century great Hindu Maratha warrior – Bajirao Peshwa, his Love life with Muslim mistress Mastani and glorious Maratha history in upcoming movie Bajirao-Mastani releasing on 18th Dec 2015.
About Historical Characters:
Bharat (India), land of world’s Philosophy, Wisdom, ancient science & technology documented in Vedas & Upanishads, Mathematics, Astronomy, Yoga, Meditaion, Arts, Literatures, and oldest Sanatan Dharma (Hinduism) civilization since human evaluations & only continuous history of last 12000+ years, was attacked by Abrahmics faiths since 12th century onwards both by sea and land routes from western sides.
North-West side: Post 12th century, First by Arab/Turk/Persian/Bagdadis barberian invaders called Mughals/Nizams/Shahs, etc via land route of Afgan/Persia towards India’s Nort-West.
South-West Coastal Side: Then post 1498, when European spy Vasco Da Gama landed in India via sea route to India’s south-west. Then later barberian Portugese, British, French attacked India, which is still contined but in proxy form!
Many Hindu warriors & kings faught with barberian cunning Abrahmic invaders to re-established Hindu (Sanatana Dharma) civilization, they succeed later.
After Hindu King Shivaji Bhosale (1627 – 1680) re-established Hindu empire in western-central part of India defeating Arab/Turk/Persian invaders – called as Mughals/Nizams/Adil Shaha and keeping full check on barberian so called Traders British/French/Portuguese….on western coast. He built india’s first neval forts and neval army at western coast near Mumbai-Goa.
After Shivaji’s death in 1680, maratha dynasty appointed many Peshwas (Prime ministers) & other positions to local brave warriors to tackle all side attack on Kingdom.
Brave warrior Bajirao PeshwaI (18 Aug 1700 – 28 Apr 1740), born in Maharastrian (marathi) Brahmin family, a great Hindu Maratha warrior of Maratha Empire based in Pune, Maharashtra State (played by actor Ranveer Singh).
He had wife named Kashibai (played by actor Priyanka Chopra) but later falls in Love to a Muslim Mistress/Dancer – Mastani (played by actor Deepika Padukon)
Not just Singing and Dance, but Mastani was skilled in Swordsmanship, Horse-riding and Spear-Throwing. Mastani used to join Bajorao Peshwa on his various battle missions.
Some historians say that Mastani was daughter of Hindu Rajput King Chhatrasal of Budelkhand (now in Uttar Pradesh) through his Persian-Muslim mistress! Bajirao Peshwa met Mastani during his meeting with King Chhatrasal and fall in Love.
Bajirao’s unfaithfulness towards first wife and relationship with mistress daughter Mastani angered his mother –Radhikabai, younger brother Chimaji Appa (1707-1741…great commander of Maratha who freed western coast from then Portuguese rule) and other higher administration authorities in his kingdom, who rejected mistress Mastani as second legal wife of Bajirao Peshwa as people wouldn’t accept such illegitimate mistress cum wife for their brave warrior king.
Some historian believes that Bajirao Pehswa did marry to Mastani and she was his second wife. Also, other story alleges that Mastani was Bajirao’s Concubine/Mistress and not legal wife.
Mastani later gave birth to Bajirao’s son -Shamsher Bahadur Peshwa. But, Bajirao’s family, local internal politics and conflicts never accepted him as legitimate heir. Bajirao also had a son from first wife Kashibai.
Due to Bajirao’s more attachment towards Mastani than legal wife Kashibai, there were political ups-downs in his internal administrations and family life. Mastani also faced much hatred in Bajirao’s kingdom. But, in spite of all turmoil, Bajirao Peshwa remained unbeatable in his 47 war missions to protect and re-established Hindu Maratha Kingdom all across Indian subcontinent.
Bajirao Peshwa was operating from his capital city of Pune, now in western Indian state of Maharashtra. He built famous Shanivar wada Palace (see picture below) during 1730-1732 for his ruling, where he and all of his family used to live (including a separate place for Mastani near by). Today remains of Mastani Mahal (Palace), her panting and other items are kept in famous Raja Kelkar Museum-Pune.
Ceremonial stone of Shaniwarwada Fort (Saturday Palace) which has 5 Gates, was laid on Saturday January 10th 1730, construction was completed in 1732. It is now one of most viewed Tourist Places in Pune City.
After Bajirao Peshwa’s sudden death on a battle journey due to fever at early age (~37), Mastani took drastic step of suicide as she could not bear this pain!
This Love story of great warriors Bajirao-Mastani has very special place in Indian history.
Read true/actual history of Bajirao Peshwa and Hindu Maratha Dynasty at the end of clips below.
This movie director Mr Sanjay Leela Bhansali is also famous for show casing grand Indian Culture in his projects:
Hum dil De Chuke Sanam (1999)- Rajasthani Culture
Devdas (2002) – Bengali Culture
Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela (2013) – Gujarati Culture
Bajirao Mastani (2015) – Marathi Culture
Watch trailer of “Bajirao-Mastani” movie (via Eros Now)
“Bajirao Peshwa is one of history’s greatest unsung heroes; a Maratha Peshwa who rewrote the true essence of love and fearlessly protected his kingdom for over 47 long wars. Presenting an epic tale of one of the greatest warriors of India and his unforgettable love story that has inspired the nation across centuries!….”
Gajanana – Spiritual-devotonal song for Lord Ganesha
Malhari – Bajirao Peshwa
Pinga – Mastani & Kashibai
Jukebox- Bajirao Mastani all songs in 2 parts
Bajirao’s energetic Victory March in Indian Cities for Promotion:
Controversy- After watching Ping song and trailer critics argued that there might be wrong potreyal of History here. In actual history Queen Kashibai and Mistress Mastani never even met each other…It seems, while film making, director probably has used some creative liberty in movie! Lets see after watching movie…
ACTUAL HISTORY OF BAJIRAO PESHWA & HINDU MATAHA DYNASTY
List of Maratha Empire Kings:
Chttrapati Shivaji Bhosale (1630-1680) – Founder of Maratha Empire
Chttrapati Sambhaji Bhosale (1680-1689)
Chttrapati Rajaram (1689-1700 )
Queen Tarabai (1700-1707)
Chttrapati Shahu Maharaj (1707-1749)
Chttrapati Rajaram II (1749-1777)
Shahu Maharaj II (1777-1808)
Pratap Singh Bhosale (1808-1839)
Peshwa (Maratha’s appointed Prime Ministers):
Moropant Trimbak Pingle (1657–1683)
Bahiroji Pingale (1708–1711)
Balaji Vishwanath (1713–1720)
Bajirao Peshwa I (1720–1740)– MOVIE IS BASED ON THIS PESHWA
Bajirao Peshwa’s Statue before his fort – Shaniwarwada -Pune City
# British invaders took control of India – (1858-1947)
# India got Independence – 15th Aug 1947
Year 1967, in the memory of this famous Bajirao-Mastani Love story, a Pune city Ice-Cream shop – Sujata Cold Drink House at Sadashiv Peth area, had prepared special thick ice-cream Brand called Sujata “Mastani” 🙂
Shop has branches all across city and available in various flavors – Mango,Kesar Badam, Orange, Choco chips, Sitaphal, Strawberry, Vanilla-Orange-Pineapple, Black Grpes, Lichi, etc. Sujata “Mastani” is now one of must have Food attractions in Pune city.
Its very difficult to shoot a complete 5 minute song in Single Take (two steps) using 100+ supporting dancers, with constantly changing camera angles and Actor’s cloths, but Director Ms Farah Khan managed to do this difficult task in this Creative song shoot in her 2004 hit movie Main Hoon Na (I am here), see below (with English Translation).
Why Indian/Bollywood movies has Songs? Probably cultural effect which reflects in our movies too! We believe Life is celebration, which is incomplete without song, colours and dance. Indians are expressing their emotions in poetry since 10000+ years i.e. during our great Hindu founding fathers Rishis/Yogis days, who wrote many Hindu scriptures in Mantras/Hymns/Kavyas!
Even many difficult Scientific, Philosophical, Maths and Astronomy things in Hindu scriptures are in written in Mantras/Kavyas to understand easily by masses! 🙂
Songs are easy way to express emotions, understand and remember the message! But obvious, outsiders who don’t know Indian culture will find it weird!
Watch Creativity and Hardwork behind in shooting one complete song on single set with 100+ dances in Single Take.
Chale Jaise Hawaein (Like wandering wind) from Main Hoon Na (2004)
Singers: KK (Male), Vasundhara Das (Female)
Music: Ranjit Barot and Anu Malik
Actors: Ms Amruta Rao, Zaid Khan and Shahrukh Khan
Movie: Main Hoon Na (2004)
Cast: Shahrukh Khan, Sushmita Sen, Zayed Khan, Amrita Rao
Director: Farah Khan
Full Lyrics with English subs (Via youtube user)
Chorus: What’s up?
[ Chale jaise hawaayein, sanan sanan…] Like a whispering, wandering wind
[ Ude jaise parinde gagan gagan…] like a bird soaring in the sky
[ Jaayein titliyaan jaise chaman chaman…] like butterflies flocking through a garden
[ Yunhi ghoomoon main bhi magan magan..] I will wander, lost in ecstasy.
This video is listed in top chart on YouTube this month (over 1.7 million hits in 6 days). ..Politician look-alike top Bollywood producers & directors are debating how to bring freshness in Indian cinema at India’s top English News Channel debate show…This is hilarious…well written and nicely performed 😀 😀 Continue reading →