12 Sleazy Bollywood Songs Of The 90s

Sleazy Bollywood Songs Of The 90s

Music is really a wonderful creation of man but what if the same music becomes a nuisance for the ears. In Bollywood we have some cheap numbers where heroines and the background dancers are seen in skimpy clothes , dancing with a lot of pelvic thrusts steps in every position possible and above all, quite disparaging lyrics. These songs have gained popularity only for their sleazy picturisation followed by a lot of controversies from the masses.

Here I Present An Account Of Some Of The Songs That Has An Overtone Of Vulgarity In Them:

Rukmani Rukmani

This song is from the film ‘Roja’. Though A.R. Rehman got all the accolades for his first Bollywood venture through this song, yet the lyrics of the song are very vulgar. The lyrics goes like “rukmani rukmani,shaadi ke baad kya kya hua, Kaun haara kaun jeeta, khirki main se dekho zara”. These lines surely reflect a lot of vulgarity in them.

RUKMANI RUKMANI

Chad Gaya Upad Re

This song is from the film ‘Dalaal’ where we see Mithun Chakroborty with Ayesha Julka dancing on the haysack and love blooming between them. Along with the lyrics, “Chad gaya upar re,atariya pe lotan kabootar re’, the dancers too present a very vulgar picturisation of the song.

Chad Gya Upad Re

Choli Ke Peeche

This hot number from the film ‘Khalnayak’ was a hit song surely but had a lot of double meaning in its lyrics. The song which goes “Choli ke peeche kya hai, chunari ke niche kya hai” surely lacks sophistication.

CHOLI KE PEECHE

Sexy Sexy

The song from the film ‘Khuddar’ received violent protests ,for which the censor board ordered the word ‘sexy’ to be immediately replaced with the word ‘baby baby’. A hot number, where we see Karisma Kapoor in her bold moves, is surely another unrefined song of the 90s.

SEXY SEXY



Sarkaylo Khatiya

The number from ‘Raja Babu’, we see Govinda and Karisma dancing to this dirty song. The line of Karisma which goes ‘Jada mein balma pyara lage, sui chubhe koi shola sa badke,” surely does set a lot on fire but is vulgar too.

SARKAYLO KHATIYA

Tu Ru Tu Ru

Another dirty song from the movie ‘Elaan’ , we see Akshay Kumar and Madhoo dancing around the tree where Akshay keeps asking “Kahan se karu mein pyar shuru”does reflect the tawdry quality of the song.

TU RU TU RU

Gup Chup Gup Chup

This movie ‘Karan Arjun’ was a hit at the box office,but the peppy number “Gup Chup Gup Chup” has Mamta Kulkarni dancing with villain of the film, Amrish Puri to distract their attention when the heroes of the film are trying to carry out their plan secretly against them. In this song, Mamta Kulkarni describes the night spent with her ‘behnoyi’(brother –in-law/sister’s husband)is another vulgar song of the 90s.

GUP CHUP GUP CHUP

In The Night No Control

A song from ‘Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi’, the line which says “touch me kuch toh karo, lets do it together, has the unmatched pairing of Akshay Kumar and Rekha dancing under the shower after they have fun playing in the mud.

IN THE NIGHT

Angoor Ka Dana

This song is from the film ‘Sanam Bewafa’ which has lyrics that goes “Angoor ka daana hun,sui na choobho dena,sui jo chuboi tohras tapkega,jo ras tapkega toh kismis ban jaungi” is really insane and cheap.

ANGOOR KA DANA

Main Maal Gaadi

A Anil Kapoor and Juhi Chawla starrer film named ‘Andaz’,has a song with cheap lyrics “signal hara de diya ab tu soche kya,ye maal gaadi, yeh maal gaadi tu dhakka laga”.

MAIN MAAL GAADI

Sham Subah

A flop song from a flop film ‘Prem Agan’ had actress Meghna Kothari dancing to the unrefined song with cheap lyrics that goes – “Sham subah aiya aiya raat-din aiyaaiya …girls do it so do boys,you wanna we wanna.

SHAM SUBAH

Din Mein Leti Hai

A song from ‘Amanat’, it has lyrics like “chaat pe leti hai ,kamre mein leti hai,bistar mein leti hai,khule aam leti hai.” Can anybody really enjoy a song with such wordings?

DIN MEIN LETI HAI

These Bollywood numbers are so cheap that we hardly hear anyone even humming their tunes. So, the question is : Is money making above human morals in the film industry?