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If you are looking for a romantic comedy film that will make you laugh and cry, you might want to check out Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi. This 2012 Hindi film stars Farah Khan and Boman Irani as two middle-aged Parsis who fall in love despite their family and community's opposition. The film is inspired by a classic Persian love story and has a catchy soundtrack that will stay in your head. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi, how to download it for free, and what is the meaning of sonori rally signora.




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What is Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi?




A brief summary of the plot and the cast




Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi (transl. Shirin and Farhad are in for it) is a 2012 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film directed by Bela Bhansali Sehgal, starring Farah Khan, Boman Irani, Kavin Dave, Shammi, Kurush Deboo and Daisy Irani.


The film follows the love story of Farhad Pastakia (Boman Irani), a 45-year-old Parsi bachelor who works as a bra-and-panty salesman and lives with his overbearing mother and grandmother. His mother is desperate to get him married and drags him to see women and even to embarrassing Parsi matrimony services. One day, he meets Shirin Fugawala (Farah Khan), who works at the Parsi Trust and drops by his store. They hit it off from the start and everything seems to be perfect until Farhad's mother discovers that Shirin is the Parsi Trust secretary who got their illegal water tank demolished. The water tank was the last remnant of Farhad's late father and his mother considers Shirin as her enemy. The rest of the film shows how Farhad and Shirin try to overcome their family and community's objections and make their relationship work.


The inspiration behind the film and its title




The film takes its inspiration from the Persian poem Farhad and Shirin by Nizami Ganjavi, itself based on a story found in the Shahnameh. The poem tells the tragic tale of two lovers who are separated by fate and circumstances. Farhad is a skilled sculptor who falls in love with Shirin, the princess of Armenia, who is betrothed to the king of Persia. The king, Khosrow, promises to give Shirin to Farhad if he can dig a canal through a mountain. Farhad agrees and works tirelessly on the task, but Khosrow sends a messenger to tell him that Shirin has died. Farhad, heartbroken, kills himself with his own axe. Shirin, who also loves Farhad, learns of his death and visits his grave, where she also kills herself.


The title of the film is a reference to a popular Hindi phrase "Shirin Farhad ki toh nikal padi", which means "Shirin and Farhad are in for it" or "Shirin and Farhad are in trouble". The phrase is used to describe a situation where two people are caught in a difficult or embarrassing situation, especially involving love or romance. The phrase is also a pun on the word "nikal", which means "to come out" or "to leave", as well as "to ejaculate".


The soundtrack and the title song




The soundtrack of the film consists of seven songs composed by Jeet Gannguli, with lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The songs are sung by various artists such as KK, Shreya Ghoshal, Mohit Chauhan, Neeraj Shridhar, and Usha Uthup. The soundtrack received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, who praised the music for its freshness and melody.


The title song of the film is "Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi", sung by Neeraj Shridhar. The song is a peppy and upbeat number that describes the quirky and unconventional love story of Shirin and Farhad. The song features some humorous lines such as "Bra panty ka dhanda hai mera, lingerie ki dukaan hai" (I sell bras and panties, I have a lingerie shop) and "Parsi hai hum dono, dhansak khate hai roz" (We are both Parsis, we eat dhansak every day). The song also has some references to the original Persian poem, such as "Farhad ne kiya tha kaamal, pahaad tod diya tha" (Farhad did a great job, he broke the mountain) and "Shirin ne maara teer dil pe, dil cheer diya tha" (Shirin shot an arrow at his heart, she tore his heart apart).