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  • Fukrey Ladke: Sayyed sohel torvi’s new song dedicated to Delhi Boys

    Published on September 24, 2021

    “फुकरे लड़के,” is a personal favorite of Sayyed Sohel Torvi, the singer and writer of the song, as he describes ample spare time he uses to watch cricket, wander through the Delhi streets, and cherish moments with his friends.

    Delhi is commonplace for young teenagers that wander through the unexplored territories and places of the region. The national capital is a ground for millennials from different states and countries because of the Delhi University and other prominent educational institutes.

    The song “Fukrey Ladke” mentions Sayyed’s journey as a teenager enjoying moments with his boys or “लड़के,” while becoming an established singer. The Punjabi/Urdu song specifies that fun is written in Sayyed’s prediction “बदमाशी लिखि मेरिअ राशि में.”

    If you listen to “Fukrey Ladke” ahead on Spotify, you will notice that Sayyed’s describes playing cricket with his friends as he states “टुक टुक खेला करें, जैसे धोनी मारें चक्का और विराट मारें चौका, लौंडों को पेला करें.”

    The song is relatable to Indian millennials, especially engaged in cricket, and embodies it even when they start working in the corporate world. The music of the song is exciting and listenable many times, especially during parties with games.

    The lyrics can be understood by any Delhite familiar with the city’s culture and make the newcomers understand the ongoing scenario in slightly more than two minutes. The song is playable even without parties by listeners that want to unwind or dance with their loved ones.

    “Fukrey Ladke” by Sayyed Sohel Torvi speaks to the heart of society and is understood by people that crave fun times, love cricket, and want to travel carefree. It also states that Delhites are often high on drugs and make noise pollution on roads.

    The common malpractice is seen as an enjoyment and fun activity by the Indian youth. However, the artist recognizes both sides of Delhites and portrays that in a fun and lovable manner. The background of the song is subtle to the end and doesn’t excite anywhere.

    So, even if you listen to this song at an outdoor party, the neighbors won’t object. Instead, they might join you or ask for the reason for the celebration. Youngsters are often jobless in India until they graduate.

    Therefore, after school or college hours, they often wander and explore places, buildings, and roads besides going for tuition. The song brings back familiarity to even mid-aged and elderly citizens of the nation that have been to Delhi.