Why did Deepika Padukone’s heart turn into a butterfly?

Mon, July 1, 2013 6:17pm UTC by Add first Comment
Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone

The leggy lass’s heart did not just transform into a beautiful creature, but flew away, too far away. Here’s how and why!

Generally, a crush on that special someone might give you butterflies in the tummy. Deepika Padukone experienced this after watching her love, Shahrukh Khan, in the Chennai Express song Titli. While expressing her fondness for SRK, Dippy says her heart turned into an anxious butterfly (like any other lover) and flew away too far. The phrase – butterflies in your stomach – is often misunderstood and used very loosely to the point of nearly losing its meaning, just like when we translated the beautiful lyrics of this soothing Vishal-Shekhar composition. Take a dekho and tell us if it leaves you in splits, or whether it lost a certain something in translation!

Bann ke titli dil uda uda uda hai
Kahin doooor
Chal ke khushboo se juda juda juda hai
Kahin doooor
Haadse ye kaise
Unsune se jaise choome andheron ko
Koi Nooor
Bann ke titli dil uda uda uda hai
Kahin doooor

After becoming a butterfly, heart fly fly fly
Somewhere far
Walking fragrance on connected connected connected
Somewhere far
Incidents like this kiss darkness
Some light
After becoming a butterfly, heart fly fly fly
Somewhere far

 

Sirf keh jaaun ya
Aasmaan pe likh du
Teri taarifon mein
Chashme Baddoor…

Only say go or
Sky on write I
Yours praises in
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