10 Iconic English Songs That Are New Levels Of Amazing In Hindi

04/03/2016 2:14 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:26 AM IST
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While every individual may have different opinions on (pretty much) everything, there is one force that could bind them together with a unanimous opinion — music. The best genre can be subjective, and your favourite playlist could take you through your personal timeline of favourite (and not-so-nice) moments. While songs come and go, there are some that will always stay with you. You may skip them but there is always that one song that you would hesitate to delete from your playlist.

From classics such as Bryan Adams' 'Summer Of '69' to current chartbusters like Drake's 'Hotline Bling', musicians have produced gems for every generation to sway along to. Over the ages, lyricists have worked hard to make their music relatable enough for you to sing along to them. But what if these lyrics were translated to Hindi?

Our trustworthy(?) friend Google Translate helped us turn these popular songs into masterpieces you would associate with the "weird part of the Internet" AKA maximum destruction!

1. 'Chop Suey' by System of a Down

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Chopsuey! could totally be the next toothpaste commercial's jingle, right?

2. 'Rape Me' by Nirvana

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Umm.. lets just leave it right here.

3. 'Master of Puppets' by Metallica

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Now, imagine if Kabir Khan from Chak De India sang this.

4. 'Hello' by Adele

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Mr Kejriwal, is that you?

5. 'Ass Like That' by Eminem

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Donkeys <3

6. 'Hotline Bling' by Drake

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कॉल करे सो आज कर आज करे सो अब।

7. 'Summer of '69' by Bryan Adams

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It's called guitar shredding because it leaves you लहुलूहान.

8. 'Bodies' by Drowning Pool

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BEWARE! If you hit your body thrice on the floor, it'll turn into a शव.

9. 'Sweet Child O' Mine' by Guns n' Roses

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Should've ended with -- Kho na jaaye ye taare zameen par.

10. 'My Humps' by Black Eyed Peas

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Always knew this song was about camels.

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