Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma’s movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil was one of last year’s hits. It was directed by Karan Johar and starred Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Fawad Khan as well with Shah Rukh Khan in a cameo. The music of the movie was much appreciated and the songs soon climbed to the top of the charts. The movie got embroiled in the controversy in the aftermath of Uri attacks because of Fawad Khan who is a Pakistani artiste. However, after much to-and-fro and hue-and-cry the movie was released on its slated release date and did good business at the box office. The song ‘Bulleya’ was much appreciated for its music and vocals but it also garnered a lot of parody. A Twitter user had tweeted,” That Bulleya song is God’s gift to people who make up their own lyrics while singing songs. You can fit any lyrics into that chorus.” He provided an example too which we must say is very funny. Here it is,” Dude where’s my car Bulleya, How are you Saar Bulleya, OPQR Bulleya, Salman mera, khurshid mera See, ‘it’s that simple.”

His tweet was picked up by the Sarcastic Indian Facebook Page quite a long time back but since then it has gone viral, and the best part is that people are still commenting upon it and finding it funny. They have been coming up with their own lyrics for the song and tagging their friends on it. Also Read: Watch: A mash-up of Arvind Kejriwal singing ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’

Check out his tweet below:

His tweet was picked up by the Sarcastic Indian Facebook Page quite a long time back but since then it has gone viral, and the best part is that people are still commenting upon it and finding it funny. They have been coming up with their own lyrics for the song and tagging their friends on it. People have also wondered that the word ‘murshid’ in the song sounds more like ‘bullshit’. Also Read: This fan-made mash-up video of SRK and Channa Mereya is the best birthday gift for Shah Rukh Khan
Check out his tweet below:


The comments that followed on the post are hilarious and we bet that you will be laughing your head off. Check them out:







Must say we Indians are one mighty talented lot, no? Do you have something to say? Tell us in the comments below.