Thode se Kam Ajnabi — Lyrics Translation | Pagglait

Music: Arijit Singh
Lyrics: Neelesh Misra
Thode kam ajnabi — Himani Kapoor
Meera's Poem — Jhumpa Mondal
Radha's Poem — Chinmayi Sripaada
Thode Kam Ajnabi (Reprise Version) — Himani Kapoor, Arijit Singh

Label: Oriyon Music

Refer to Pagglait's official YouTube JukeBox for detailed credits.

Arijit Singh's first film as a composer, Pagglait, comes up with an album to cherish. One of the best songs of the album, Thode Kam Ajnabi, comes in four different versions. The first version is sung by Himani Kapoor alone and impresses you with its beautiful lyrics as well as its simple, slightly anthem-ish music. Arijit sings a couple of lines there, but doesn't take the singer's credit for this track. The second version on the album, called Meera's poem, is sung by Jhumpa Mondal, and features a soothing rabab (or so I believe), while Jhumpa croons what's probably her first Hindi song in an earthy voice.

Paglait / Pagglait Meaning | पगलैट

So Pagglait is going crazy. No wonder, as the album is a lovely one, with some lovely music from Arijit Singh and some beautiful words from Neelesh Misra, and Arijit. Coming to the meaning though, as most people are suspecting, Pagglait (or paglait, the double g isn't really useful for pronunciation here) is crazy. The word comes from Paagal (पागल) only, and is a very casual, in fact offensive way to call someone crazy. Not that calling someone crazy isn't offensive enough, but pagglait is adding another layer to crazy. That said, if you haven't listened to Pagglait yet, do listen to it. It's a crazy one. :)
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