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Chhati Chiridele Tu Odia Film Song Downloadgolkes


Chhati Chiridele Tu Odia Film Song Golkes




Chhati Chiridele Tu is a 2008 Odia romantic film starring Anubhav Mohanty, Siddhant Mohapatra, and Mithi. The film was directed by S.K. Muralidharan and produced by Somya Ranjan Patnaik under Balunkeshawar Films Pvt. Ltd banner. The film was a super hit at the box office and received positive reviews from the critics and audiences. The film's music was composed by Malaya Mishra and the lyrics were written by Basant Raj Samal and Arun Mantri. The film had six songs, which were sung by Md. Aziz, Ira Mohanty, Udit Narayan, and Suresh Wadekar.


The songs of Chhati Chiridele Tu are still popular among the Odia music lovers and have been remixed and covered by many artists. The songs are also known for their catchy tunes and meaningful lyrics, which express the emotions of love, romance, and separation. The songs are also rich in cultural and folk elements, which reflect the Odia tradition and heritage. Some of the songs are based on the famous Odia folk song forms, such as golkes, chhanda, champu, and palli geeta.


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Golkes are a type of Odia folk song that are sung in a fast tempo and have a rhythmic pattern. Golkes are usually sung during festivals, weddings, and other occasions to celebrate joy and happiness. Golkes are also used to praise the beauty and virtues of the beloved or the bride. One of the most popular songs of Chhati Chiridele Tu is a golke song, which is titled "Chhati Chiridele Tu". The song is sung by Udit Narayan and Ira Mohanty and features Anubhav Mohanty and Mithi in a romantic duet. The song has a lively melody and a catchy chorus, which goes like this:


Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Nua nua swapna dekhe nua nua sapana dekhe Nua nua swapna dekhe nua nua sapana dekhe Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele


The lyrics of the song mean that the heart is beating fast and dreaming of new dreams with the beloved. The song expresses the excitement and joy of falling in love and being together. The song also has some humorous lines, which tease and flirt with the beloved. For example:


Tu mora rani rani mu tora raja raja Tu mora rani rani mu tora raja raja Tu mora chocolate cake mu tora cherry berry Tu mora chocolate cake mu tora cherry berry Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele


The lyrics mean that you are my queen and I am your king, you are my chocolate cake and I am your cherry berry. The song also has some references to the Odia culture and tradition, such as:


Tu mora kancha kancha mu tora kala kala Tu mora kancha kancha mu tora kala kala Tu mora dahi bara mu tora alu dum Tu mora dahi bara mu tora alu dum Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele


The lyrics mean that you are my green green and I am your black black, you are my dahi bara (fried lentil dumplings in yogurt) and I am your alu dum (potato curry). Dahi bara and alu dum are famous Odia street food items that are often served together as a snack or a meal. The song also has some words that are typical of the Odia language, such as:


Tu mora chaka chaka mu tora baka baka Tu mora chaka chaka mu tora baka baka Tu mora chakuli mu tora pitha pitha Tu mora chakuli mu tora pitha pitha Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele


The lyrics mean that you are my round round and I am your square square, you are my chakuli (rice flour crepes) and I am your pitha (rice cakes). Chakuli and pitha are traditional Odia delicacies that are made during festivals and special occasions. The song also has some words that are used as terms of endearment, such as:


Tu mora rupa rupa mu tora suna suna Tu mora rupa rupa mu tora suna suna Tu mora priya priya mu tora mana mana Tu mora priya priya mu tora mana mana Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele Chhati chiridele tu chhati chiridele


The lyrics mean that you are my silver silver and I am your gold gold, you are my beloved beloved and I am your heart heart. The song is a perfect example of how golkes can be used to create a romantic and playful mood in a song. The song is also one of the most popular songs of Chhati Chiridele Tu and has been viewed more than 13 million times on YouTube.


Chhati Chiridele Tu is a film that showcases the beauty and diversity of Odia culture and music. The film's songs are not only melodious and catchy, but also meaningful and expressive. The film's songs are also a tribute to the Odia folk song forms, such as golkes, which are an integral part of the Odia identity and heritage. The film's songs are a testament to the talent and creativity of the Odia film industry and the Odia music composers, lyricists, and singers.


References:



  • [1] CHHATI CHIRIDELE TU Odia Super hit Full Film Anubhav, Mithi Sidharth TV



  • [2] Odia Folk Songs: A Journey Through Time



  • [3] Golkes: The Fast and Furious Songs of Odisha



  • [4] Dahi Bara Aloo Dum: The Quintessential Odia Street Food



  • [5] Chakuli Pitha: The Pride of Odia Cuisine




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