Aaj Kal toh item songs have become more of a compulsion than an entertainment quotient. Film mein story ho ya na ho, Director ho ya na ho, item song toh boss, is a must. Some of them are really amazing foot tapping numbers, no denying that. But, some directors are so desperate that they just plant an item song in some nook or corner of the film. We don’t have a problem with that. What we have a problem with is how bad it is! Bad is an understatement most of the times. We feel like killing all the people who even though that it would make the film entertaining. So here we tell you some of the worst item songs of Bollywood.
Thank God It’s Friday
The film Himmatwala was really disastrous. Adding fuel to the fire was this pathetic item number by Sonakshi Sinha. The film was bad enough to torture the living life out of us, if that was no enough the great director decided to add this song and make us cry! We hank God it’s Friday but we wouldn’t thank God for this song.
Dekhta Hai Tu Kya
We think bad films and bad item songs go hand in hand. They have a secret love affair. This one is the best example to prove that theory. We don’t remember the film Krazzy 4 but we cannot forget is how freaked out we got when we listened or rather watched this song. Rakhi is disatrous enough on top of that is her dance, the music, ahhh! Everything about this song is really pissing! Kya toh bhi hai yeh. Did the directors think that an item number by Rakhi could actually make the film a hit? Hahahahaha! He definitely has got it wrong.
Dan Dan Cheni
No denying the fact that Nathalia Kaur is hot, but this song must just make us change our opinion. Already Department garnered a lot of flak for its giddy camerawork. But it takes indecency to another level when it comes to capturing Nathalia Kaur’s uninhibited dancing in Dan Dan Cheeni. Truly dirty dancing, this. Definitely not the kind of dirty dancing that we like.
It’s sad enough to see Hindi cinema’s legend getting all lustful with a semi-clad pretty young girl, Madhuri Bhattacharya, in this tackily picturised ditty from Yamla Pagla Deewana. It doesn’t help just how terribly annoying the song is too. Dharmendra, we don’t understand why did you have to do this song? We love you anyways, avoid such ridiculous songs from here after. Please. It’s a humble request.
Everything about Ram Gopal Varma’s remake of Sholay is a shoddy mess. We were really stunned to see the otherwise gorgeous Urmila Matondkar clad skimpily trying to recreate Helen’s class act with Abhishek Bachchan in tow is no exception. The camera seems more interested in her heaving cleavage while the heavily tanned/dark make-up lends Urmila a distinctly creepy look to pass off as erotic.