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Readers' Pick: The Most Annoying Hindi Lyrics

Last updated on: July 3, 2012 12:28 IST
Salman Khan in Ready

We asked you, dear readers, to share your list of the most annoying lyrics from Hindi movies. Here's what you picked!

Dhinka chika, Ready

Salman Khan's Ready released last year around this time and conquered the box office. The song Dhinka chika scaled even bigger heights.

It was everywhere -- at parties, weddings, in the markets and in living rooms.

But what the opening phrase in the song -- Dhinka Chika -- means is still a mystery.

If you think of more annoying lyrics, do write in!

Chinta ta, Rowdy Rathore

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Akshay Kumar in Rowdy Rathore

Akshay Kumar moves around merrily in his latest blockbuster Rowdy Rathore, luring his lady love with the promises of taking her in the 'sumdi'.

This one's as bizzare as they come.

Hunter, Gangs OF Wasseypur

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A scene from Gangs Of Wasseypur

Anurag Kashyap's Gangs Of Wasseypur features many double entendres. But the best of the lot belong to the Hunter song.

Absolutely absurd and innuendo-laden, this one has a bunch of revellers boasting of their mighty 'guns'.

Pungi, Agent Vinod

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Saif Ali Khan in Agent Vinod

Saif Ali Khan's suave and sophisticated spy turns into a buffoon for a funny song in the film.

The song enjoyed wide popularity upon its release.

Dum Maaro Dum, title song

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Deepika Padukone in Dum Maaro Dum

Deepika Padukone sizzled like never before in this sultry item number in Rohan Sippy's Dum Maaro Dum.

But she couldn't divert attention from the lyrics, 'Unche se uncha banda/Potty pe baithe nanga' was probably too profound for the liking of the masses.

Telephone dhun mein hasne wali, Hindustani

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Manisha Koirala and Kamal Haasan in Hindustani

This one's clearly a pioneer.

Kamal Haasan is so overwhelmed with his lover's beauty that he can't put together coherent words to describe it.

So it goes, 'Telephone dhun mein hasne wali/Melbourne machchli machalne wali'.

Desi Boyz, Title song

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John Abraham and Akshay Kumar in Desi Boyz

This entire film doesn't make sense to begin with.

In what world do two hot gigolos get to serenade hot blondes for a job? The song, 'English thumke dil ki rythm pe' at least appears on this list.

That's a breather!