Mehtab Singh

Members
  • Content count

    7,721
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    227

Mehtab Singh last won the day on November 25 2014

Mehtab Singh had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

3,952 Excellent

About Mehtab Singh

  • Rank
    Ajai Su Rabh Naa BohaRiou Daykh Banday Kai Bhaag

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

8,589 profile views
  1. Haiinnn?!?!?! mai taan tuhanu kuch vi ni keha bhenji... :blink2: :wow: :huh2:
  2. oh bhraava je tenu nai pasand aayi taan tu esto vadhia movie bnaake dikhaa de, pakki gall aa asi oh vi jaroor dekhaange, te oh vi baar baar...theeka? chalo fer karo tiyaariaan...
  3. Check out these 2 most kick @$$ sequences from Maula Jat! Love em!
  4. Maula Jat was a classic movie. I especially loved the character of Noori Nat. The way he gave a murderous smile with a killer expression in his eyes and said in a heavy yet soft voice "navaan aayaa hain sohneya?". Simply fantastic! I loved it so much I tried doing it to a few people, only difference is I looked much more scarier LOLLLL !!!! But you're right, there are tons of Pakistani Punjabi movies with caste based titles, such as Jatt, Gujjar, etc.
  5. Perhaps they were laughed at when they spoke in their actual accent and so tried to adjust with the one spoken around them? Question is who is to blame this time? I prefer Gurmukhi over Hindi or any other language because Guru Sahib chose Gurmukhi script when writing Gurbani. Also, since I did my Nitnem from a Hindi Gutka for years before I started doing it from a Gurmukhi one, I can vouch for the fact that it makes an ocean of difference when you recite from a Gurmukhi Gutka.
  6. That is true for urban Punjabis in north India as well.
  7. For some reason I've always felt that the Punjabi spoken in Pakistan is comparatively "softer" and/or "sweeter" than what we speak in East Punjab, as ours seems to be more "aggressive" in one way or another. Even in Gurbani you'd find dialects of Punjabi spoken in various regions of Punjab. For example, Nanak Hosi Bhi Sach, Hosi is typical Lahori Punjabi and is still spoken by Sikhs who moved from Pakistan in 1947. Then we have Ann Devta Paani Devta Baisantar Devta Loon, here Loon refers to salt, the Doabi accent, while Malwai would be Noon. This reminds me of a real life funny incident. A very close friend of mine who happens to be from my neighboring pind in Doaba was a student at Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar. Now this guy is an Amritdhari Singh, and what you'd call a darshani Singh (i.e. proper Gursikh). When he moved to Amritsar, he had an issue with the slang. One day he commented "chalo kothhay te challiye", now "kothha" in Doaba would mean terrace, but in Amritsar it meant sort of an inappropriate dance bar where girls would do mujra, the same word they use in Bollywood as well. So his buddies cracked up and said "yaar dekhan nu te tu gyani aa, te galla kothhay diyaan!" I always found this not just funny but also very cool and interesting how one word in a particular language or dialect within a single language could have a completely different meaning in another language or sub-dialect. By the way, here is another interesting video from apna Stephen...
  8. ਚਿਹਾ ਸ਼ੁਦ ਕਿ ਚੂੰ ਬੱਚਗਾਂ ਕੁਸ਼ਤਹ ਚਾਰ ॥ ਕਿ ਬਾਕੀ ਬਮਾਂਦਸਤ ਪੇਚੀਦਹ ਮਾਰ ॥੭੮॥ What, if you have killed my four sons, the hooded cobra still sits coiled up.78. - Zafarnama by Sahib Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj
  9. Hanji veerji, Jaspinder Narula sings the part where Mata Gujar Kaur jee is shown singing. The part where the Chhote Sahibzaade are shown singing is by another singer Shipra Goyal. http://dailysikhupdates.com/emotional-song-chaar-sahibzaade-vela-aa-gaya-hai-video/ Songs : #1 Song : Chaar Sahibzaade – 00:22 #2 Song : Mittar Pyare Nu – 13:00 #3 Song : Vela aa Gaya Hai – 17:50 #4 Song : Satguru Nanak Pargateya – 22:05 #5 Song : Sochte Hue Guru – 26:05 Song Credits : Song : Chaar Sahibzaade (Title Track) – 00:22 Singer : Sukhwinder Singh Lyricist: Masroor Music Director : Harry Baweja Song : Mittar Pyare Nu – 13:00 Singer : Amrinder Gill Lyricist: Harry Baweja Music Director : Anand Raj Anand Song : Vela aa Gaya Hai – 17:50 Singer : Jaspinder Narula, Shipra Goyal, Simran & Tripat Lyricist : Harry Baweja Music Director : Jaidev Kumar Song : Satguru Nanak Pargateya – 22:05 Singer : Arvinder Singh, Asa Singh, Jaidev Kumar, Shipra Goyal, Asees Kaur Lyricis: Traditional Music Director : Jaidev Kumar Song : Sochte Hue Guru – 26:05 Singer : Om Puri Lyricist: Harry Baweja Music Director : Amar Mohile
  10. There were instances that make you laugh, some make you giggle, some make you silently shed tears but some actually make you break down and burst into tears. Its such a powerful mix of emotions! By the way, a British Pakistani bibi has also expressed her emotions on this movie. http://dailysikhupdates.com/powerful-review-chaar-sahibzaade-muslim-woman/
  11. No veerji, that comment was a sarcastic one I am not disrespecting my ancestors or am ashamed of them one single bit. In fact, whatever I've found out about my elders especially in just the past year, I can only thank Guru Sahib for being born where I was born. Relax veerji, its all good. I am used to it by now, especially on this forum. I just hope some day few generations later my kids and grandkids who come after me will be seen only as Sikhs and nothing else. I pray they don't have to suffer these kinds of comments and insults.
  12. Whatever you've heard about this movie is not media hype, this movie WILL FOR SURE make you, any of you cry. You would honestly have to be an animal if it doesn't!
  13. Ok so I just got back from watching Chaar Sahibzaade. I must admit I am at a loss of words for this movie. The only thing I'd want to say about the makers is no one has any idea how many sins of their they possibly have had forgiven in Akal Purakh's dargah by hitting so many people's hearts with such a level of bairaag. People usually end up in tears when they watch anything emotional on TV. It may surprise you but in India its a fact that several women addicted to the Indian soap operas shed tears when they see any emotional sequence. But this wasn't a fake Indian soap opera, this is our history. Its impact had to be much more stronger and it obviously was. Amazing job and I hope they make many more. For all times to come these masterpieces will preserve our history in a manner that will appeal to individuals of all ages.