Published On:Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Story behind creation of 'Pinga' song for Bajirao Mastani

Recently, Bollywood Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali officially released one fourth Marathi and three fourth Hindi 'Pinga' song. The song is divided into two parts one Marathi folk song 'Pinga ga pori pinga' and the second one is 'latpat latpat'. Both these songs astoundingly merged in each other by the creative director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and more than #4$%%@%^@@%$ (Word used on Planet X$%2636 to describe more than superb) performed by Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra.

The India Satire brings to you a glorious history of creation of this song:

300 BC: Sanjay Leela Bhansali invented RGB (red, green and blue) colours and their 457,460,265,920,626 variants and offered them to world at free of cost

385 BC: Sanjay Leela Bhansali composed pinga ga pori pinga song in a colour variant number 96,7,36 of RGB colour group which became popular folk Song in the same colour in Maharashtra

385BC-1739AD: Worked on the story of Sawaria

1736: Sanjay Leela Bhansali personally saw Kashibai and Mastani dancing together on an eve of celebration of some regional festival of women in Maharashtra. They both were inspired from the dance of Madhuri and Aishwarya in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's play 'Devdas'; However, SLB said that he was not satisfied with the dance as both kashibai and Mastani disinclined showing their underbellies

1739: Sanjay Leela Bhansali purchased story rights of Bajirao Mastani from Peshwa Bajirao with right of modification in colours sets costume

1930: Sanjay Leela Bhansali composed latpat latpat song in the colour variant of 0,92,0 of RGB colour group

1950: Sanjay Leela Bhansali sold rights of latpat song to his favourite student V Shantaram; V Shantaram learnt art of creating large unbelievable sets from SLB

1952: The latpat song was first shown in a Marathi movie Amar Bhoopali, with due permission of Sanjay Leela Bhansali

1974: Sanjay Leela Bhansali sold rights of 'Pinga' song again to his ardent follower and student V Shantaram

2015: According to sources on the sets of Bajirao Mastani, Sanjay Leela Bhansali asked Deepika Padukone to apply half a ton of Fair & Lovely fairness cream to look fair like Mastani did in the century of 1700s; he also lit up 560 watt Cisca LED bulb straight flashing on her face so that she should look Persian than imported Mastani from Combodia

2015: Both Kashibai and Mastani personally choreographed the dance of Deepika and Priyanka under the strict instructions of Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

This time Bhansali asked Deepika and Priyanka to show their tummies till underbellies so that his creativity would be clearly visible; it would look like both are real passionate in dancing unlike their original counterparts in circa 1700s.

Bhansali clearly told India Satire correspondent that he wants people to think story of Bajirao Mastani in 1700s was more a duplicate while the movie looks original and real

2015: Sanjay Leela Bhansali confirmed the correspondent that in 1739 probably ladies never wanted to clearly show their tummies but he signed an agreement with Peshwa Bajirao on deciding about costume liberally.

2015: Colours of sets: Different shades of green

Colours of the sets of the song decided back in 1990s when Sanjay Leela Bhansali liked semi light green colours of the greenery which grew near his toilet of the backyard of his house while light green and dark green colours are of his favourite underwears.

2015: Colours of costume: Different shades of green and brown

Costume colour of mob and other participants perfectly match with the colours of walls and doors. Sanjay Leela Bhansali used every variant of green colour in the saris of co-participants of the top actresses.

Bhansali took deliberate efforts to give equality to both the actresses by keeping Priyanka's sari colour dull and Deepika's sari colour flashy. He was aware that Priyanka would otherwise eat his dream girl by dancing better in the song.

Bhansali camp said that bold red colour for Deepika depicts new love while dull colour for Priyanka shows old love of Bajirao.

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