New Delhi: "Na bhagwan ne sur diya hai, na taal diya hai", complains a reluctant Ranbir Kapoor before entering the studio to belt out four really snazzy verses of a song that basically translates to 'kickass'. His fear is assuaged by the cast that assures him that with new technology his voice can be modulated to sound musical.
The result is a nipple-massaging (check out the video, you will know), arms flailing, male-bust-hugging, guitar strumming madcap, semi-rap, semi-country number. And it's not bad at all. It makes you want to get up and do silly dance moves in front of the mirror.
Set to folksy tunes by Pritam with a liberal smattering of Bengali, 'Fatafati', the song from Kapoor's 'Barfi', is cut to unseen behind-the-scene visuals from the film. But for those unfamiliar with Bengali, what is the meaning of 'fatafati?'
Simply put, 'fatafati' is awesome or kickass. How does one weave in 'fatafati' in a sentence? ...more
08:43 AM, Sep 13, 2012
Mumbai: Although Ranbir Kapoor plays a deaf and mute person in his upcoming silent film 'Barfi', he has lent his voice for a promotional song in the film. "Yes, Ranbir Kapoor has sung a song titled 'Fatafati'. It is not part of the film and it was recorded impromptu. We are releasing this song online and on TV, It will not be in the film. It's a fun song that...
07:18 PM, Sep 10, 2012