8 Replies to “Gandaghee – Show Down at Bayt-Ullah”

  1. Was there really any point to this video. Was there a lesson to be learnt from this video? Nevertheless it did make laugh.

  2. I thought “Gandaghee” referred to being crazy or something :/
    In the messed-up Gujarati I know, “Ganda” refers to being loony…

    The vid is just a clip of the actual DVD, right? They want us to buy the actual movie to see the whole thing…

  3. Gandaghee is not so much “dirt” as it is dirtiness or nastiness.
    If someone is ganda or gandi in urdu/hindi, they are dirty. But we know that dirty doesn’t mean someone who has dirt all over them, but just someone who’s not clean for whatever reason. Dirt=mitti which is pretty unrelated to gandagee.
    If someone’s room is messy, one could say, “Kya gandhagee machaivihai?” or, “What kind of mess/nastiness is this?”
    I think it makes more sense in urdu than it does in english…

  4. AnonyMouse on May 7, 2008 at 4:22 pm said:

    I thought “Gandaghee” referred to being crazy or something :/
    In the messed-up Gujarati I know, “Ganda” refers to being loony…

    The vid is just a clip of the actual DVD, right? They want us to buy the actual movie to see the whole thing…

    Yup. That was just a clip from the DVD.

  5. LOL @ “Kya gandhagee machaivihai?” That was punjabi though, wasn’t it.
    Hey, that was the “Witr-Without-You”-Guy! So grown up.

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