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  1. @ideasmith: I completely agree with your general point about Lata tai. Just wanted to put in a word for one of my favourite songs.

    ‘The Tin Drum’ is a novel whose protagonist can shatter glass with his voice and uses it as a weapon and as an instrument of social criticism, or commentary, or punctuation,…I’m not sure what really and that’s one of the reasons I wanted to know what you think of it.

  2. @ Rambler: 🙂 That said, be it ever so sexist and stereotyped, we lurrrve Bollywood!

    @ AnonEcon: It slipped my mind, thanks for the reminder. Still don’t you think that song was an exception rather than the norm for Lata tai? And err…Tin Drum?

  3. Hats off, Ideasmith! An post for the ages: crisp, deep, funny yet sad… You rock.

    But Lata didi was not always a good girl. “Bindiya chamkegi”–a woman turning the tables in a conventional sexual setting (not a mujra or a cabaret).

    “Maine tujhse muhabbat ki hai, ghulami nahi ki balmaa”