"Thode badmash ho tum, thode nadaan ho tum, haan magar ye sach hai.. hamari jaan ho tum"
Saawariya is probably the least liked movie of Sanjay Leela Bhansali.. Wasn't much of a critical or commercial success.. However, the film had some really soulful music and won a couple of music awards as well.. It released when I was in the first year of college, in 2007. And a friend of mine used to sing this particular song all the time.. I remember recording her voice in my Samsung SGH-E490 phone.. Those days, the trend of smart phones hadn't started.. She had even gifted me a 'Saawariya' perfume.. haha.. Good old memories! Also, this movie gave us Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor.. Sonam looked so divine in Sawaariya.. She brought those Anarkali salwars back in trend with this film.. Who knew she would become a fashionista soon?!... ______________________________________________
I still listen to this song sometimes, when I am alone and nostalgic.. The beauty of Shreya Ghoshal's voice cannot be described in words.. I find peace in the song and her voice!
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uff she‘s so beautiful 😍❤️
Tera Chehra Jab Nazar Aaye 🎼
BENGALURU: On May 14 this year, Bhopal police said that at least 12 students, 6 of them girls, had committed suicide in parts of Madhya Pradesh as they were depressed over their Class X and XII results. In August, a 15-year-old west Bengaluru student's death was linked to the dangerous online game, Blue Whale Challenge, but it was later found to be otherwise.
From issues at college and school to drugs and depression over broken families, to fights with friends and breakups, students in India are killing themselves at a fast rate, with 26 suicides reported every 24 hours. Going by the latest data sent to the home ministry by all states and UTs, 9,474 students committed suicide in 2016 — at a rate of more than one every hour — with Maharashtra and Bengal recording the most, while there was none reported in Lakshadweep.
While psychologists say clinical depression, followed by conditions like schizophrenia and other mental health issues and addiction to drugs and alcohol are the three top reasons, sociologists and rights activists point to what they say is psychosocial problems.
The means used to point children to success are violence and threats. 2 in 3 children are abused in India according to a study done by the minostry of women and child develeopment. I am not saying all indian parents are like this, but its deeply engrained in their psyche. In todays day and age students are mortified of their parents and would rather drink bleach than show them a bad mark. Until we learn as a country it's not ok to beat our children, our children will keep beating themselves.
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