Quiz: Time to Go Home

Quiz time! After a long gap. Guess lyrics of the song from image below:


  • Notice the time in the clock, it is meant to be a word play
  • It is not the badminton song “Dhal gaya din”
  • I would have to give a hint now, the song had two big shot stars in it singing about intoxication

And winner shall get the Nandu shorts from Raja Babu:

(as is usual the prize has got to do nothing with solution to the quiz)

7 Responses to “Quiz: Time to Go Home”

  1. 1 sandeep
    2011/01/19 at 12:27 pm

    The answer to this quiz is Rahul Jain’s favourite song in Gharwali language

  2. 2011/01/19 at 1:47 pm

    HAHAHA as I say your answer is correct but for a different question.

  3. 3 Divesh
    2011/01/20 at 2:45 am

    your hint makes me think it is the “pi le pi le” song from Tiranga, but I don’t see the connection to the original quiz..

  4. 4 Rahul
    2011/01/20 at 3:09 am

    First of all, kudos to Sandeep for figuring out my favourite song! 😛

    And secondly, somehow the fact about 2 stars and the title reminds me of the Song – “Chal ghar jaldi, ho gayi der” from Saudagar with Raj Kumar and Dileep Kumar.

  5. 5 Siddharth
    2011/01/20 at 5:48 am

    ek ek ho jayen fir ghar chale jaana !!

    • 2011/01/20 at 8:02 am

      You are correct Siddarth. The clock shows 1:01 that is “ek ek”. Here is the song

      The movie Ganga Jamuna Saraswati was Manmohan Desai’s last movie but it flopped miserably. The movie was a badly made khichdi of so many cliched plots of earlier movies. The movie had traces of Desai’s pet lost and found theme but Amitabh’s entire family was not lost in childhood only his beloved. It had the hackneyed plot of girl going missing, gets amnesia and lands up in friend’s arms invoking the horror of incest, something which was covered successfully in Chandni but with the hero getting amnesia, not the common love interest. Then there was the “shareer ki garmi” twist for Amitabh and Meenaxi to have sex something which was successful in one of Shashi Kapoor’s 60s or 70s movie. The pairing of bigwigs: Amitabh and Mithun didn’t work here but worked wondrously in Agneepath. The role of animals was limited to Amitabh fighting crocodiles, even carrying one on his shoulder. Compared to Allah-Rakha, the Eagle from Coolie, another eagle in Dharam Veer, Moti the dog and Badal the horse in Mard this was tame and pretty lame too.

  6. 7 Divesh
    2011/01/20 at 8:07 am

    really impressive.. I have seen this movie but didn’t recollect the song. A really well done (cryptic) clue, too.. looking forward for more..

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