Honey Singh's Dheere Dheere with Hrithik Roshan, Sonam Kapoor redefines 'ridiculous'
There are some things that should never happen in this world. No one should have a clump of his/her hair dyed orange. Honey Singh shouldn't sing. Unfortunately, though, both happened in a video titled 'Dheere Dheere', starring Hrithik Roshan and Sonam Kapoor.
Dheere Dheere revolves around a man, who lives in what looks like a heritage hotel. He is frequently seen walking up and down stairs, across halls and around roads, mostly escorted by people in suits. We suspect the lackeys have been employed to solely prevent the plume of orange hair sitting on the center of his head, like marmalade topping on a cupcake, from toppling.
It also has a woman. A woman, whose sole business is to smile and look startled. She also wears fabulous clothes. Absolutely gorgeous clothes. Such awesome clothes. In short, she is Sonam Kapoor.
So rich man meets girl whose economic status is unknown to us. However, she is aam at heart, and slightly impractical. Standing under glaring sunshine, she makes a face at the said rich man's luxury car and gestures that her bicycle is better. Rich man goes all 'awww' like we go at 'cat argues with pigeon' videos.
He then invites her to arrange a party at his house. And then, keeps staring at her like she is that particularly cunning fly which escapes every swat of your newspaper roll. Following that, he puts up pictures of her up everywhere in the house. Since we have already established with the bicycle incident that the girl has no great regard for sanity, she is thrilled at running into a stranger's house filled with pictures of her.
And then... they fall in love etc.
Holding this great testimony to the frivolity of modern romance together is party baba Honey Singh. But oh, he says nothing about chicken, alcohol or girls in small clothes and Gurgaon. We are not very sure what he is saying in the Punjabi rap, but he sings bits from the Aashiqui classic Dheere Dheere.
There are two feelings that course through you then: one of extreme violence towards Singh, and one of motherly protectiveness towards the original Dheere Dheere. Since you are a law abiding human being who won't act on the former, you can search the 90s classic out on YouTube and listen to it on loop till the only memory of you have of Dheere Dheere ft pind da puttar, is a swirl of orange on a male head. That one's going to take time to forget.
If you are brave enough, watch the video here.
Updated Date: Sep 02, 2015 10:20:20 IST