You mean to say all you guys already knew what does the song "Bose DK Bhag" song of the movie Delhi Belly mean??!! Phew! oh I mean Phew :(
I'm sure there would be many like me who didn't get the hidden Hindi word (rather an expletive) which comes to life when you repeatedly recite the name "DK Bose". Just a few days back, we were discussing with our family friends, which movie to watch and then came the mention of this song. We, ladies, were clueless about this 'Andhi Ayi' song, when a gentleman in our group uncovered the secret of this song. (BTW, the person was all gaga about Amir's capability to be mischievous in such a subtle way!)
I have to confess that I went googling about the word and searching it's meaning. I have to say that Hindi language has plenty of expletives and are widely used too. You have to observe people when they are frustrated getting stuck in traffic or parking area.
It is said that when we are really angry, we speak in our mother tongue. It kind of explains that why the sophisticated gentlemen too don't mind a few servings in 'apni boli' when they are really angry.
Have you not observed that we don't get so annoyed when someone calls a name in English (F**k being such a common word). Imagine someone saying the same in Hindi. It annoys when our own language is used. Ever wondered why??
Coming to the wave of excitement the 'Bose DK" song has started in our youth (read that it has become the Youth Anthem of today), I'm quite tongue tied on this issue. I don't want my children to understand the meaning in the underbelly of the 'Delhi Belly' song. People from Indian film industry too are not too happy about the song and another bold scene of the movie. Mostly, parents feel uncomfortable about such things because they have to share the screen with their small kids.
'Bose DK' song is a new landmark in being more open towards sexuality or being open in pelting out some insult to it. I wonder, how is this generation going to handle sexuality. Because words we use work on our minds, unconsciously. Using a word, depicting female genitals, with such casualness doesn't illicit any respect for the gender.
Are we not moving so fast in a direction when the charm of being loved, pampered and seduced by your lover would be smashed by the wrong idea of sex being a commodity, which can be bought or arranged for cheap.
PS: Even after searching a lot, I'm not clear about how it can be a 'gaali'. Most of us born by normal delivery.