Posted on February 20, 2010
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13 responses to “Ultimate Lollywood (2): Some Say I Am Sweety

  1. sajid raza khan says:

    hahahahaha !

    Love this song… what the hell is Sweetyyyyy?
    and who is hungary and thristy ?

    Lollywood rocks !
    cheersssssssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  !!!!

  2. ShahidnUSA says:

    Ha ha, And I thought white men cant jump.
    Looks like in those days there was only one dance director and a choriographer for the entire movie Industry, considering the same dancing steps in every movie. I call it a chicken dance.What a torture. Thanks to the fastforwarding remote control.
    Dancing is a human right and a natural way for the body to express its emotions and its healty. No one should be deprived of that if its kept kosher and clean.

    If Pakistan counts its blessings, it has four major very beautiful cultures, entirely different from eachother (no need to copy west).
    If they were marketed tactfully, you may not be able to handle the influx of the tourists (foriegn exchange).
    Dont frustrate & suffocate the society, unless you want to see the long lines of the creams of pakistan lining up outside the foriegn embasies.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDLiVwpv89s

    PS: If you go online and translate english poetry to Urdu and then translate it back to english, it would sound equally funny.
    RubRakha
    Shahid

  3. Lateef says:

    Wah wah wah.

    Yeh hai Lollywood!

    Enjoyed this and cannot get the tune out of my head now. Funny, but also catchy.