AAP, Main Aur Bollywood

Did the good old Bollywood industry foresee the coming of AAP? In a shocking discovery, we might just have uncovered 4 musical signs that accurately profess the recent political events in the capital much before they actually happened:

Sign 1:

AAP Jaisa koi Meri Zindagi main aaye toh baat ban jaye

Was the beautiful Zeenat Aman actually echoing sentiments of Delhi junta before the Assembly elections? Incidentally, this one comes from a movie called ‘Qurbani’. After resigning from the CM’s post, Mr Kejriwal reportedly said, “Corruption mithaane ke liye CM post 100 baar Qurban”


Sign 2:

Ek din AAP yu humko mil jayenge, aise socha na tha

2 biggest beneficiaries of the happenings in Delhi, clearly have been the Media and the Blue Wagon-R. If one has been following news channels recently, one is very likely to be convinced, Bigg Boss has debuted their political edition.

This no from the movie Yes Boss, is a clear dedication from the Media and the Wagon-R. Blue Wagon-R.

Sign 3:

AAP yaha aaye kis liye?

Randhir Kapoor speaking for Delhi Police who when asked Kejriwal and team about their Dharna schedule for security arrangements, were supposedly told, Kal Aaj aur Kal.

Sign 4:

Apni toh jaise taise, kat jayegi, AAP ka kya hoga?

Seasoned politicians from Congress and BJP crooning for AAP?
This Bachchan classic comes from a movie that best describes the Delhi Govt’s present state: Laawaris.

With the Lok Sabha elections just days away, Let the party begin!

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