Birthday Special: Baba Sehgal Gets Our Love For Food Like No One Else
Dude, life is all about food. If your stomach is happy, you won’t be snappy.
Image: A still from the song 'Aaloo Ka Parantha'.
If there’s one rapper, who is simply inimitable and definitely the best at what he does, it’s Baba Sehgal! He has an imagination that spans over the most common topics but presents those in a way no one could ever think of. Simple yet amusing – his trademark words of wisdom are something you cannot miss out on. Be it the current hullabaloo of demonetisation or the recent US elections, it lies on him to bring out the best in every situation and surprisingly he never fails. He makes you laugh, he makes you chuckle and at times he makes you wonder if you’re wasting your life – but he never shudders away from expressing his opinions.
Of all themes he has subjected his songs on, the most dominant and probably the most relatable one is his obsession with food items. With songs such as Mumbai ka vada pav, Aaloo ka parantha and Oh my lovely pizza, one cannot even think about probing his love for food.
His lyrics “Dude, life is all about food. If your stomach is happy, you won’t be snappy" even imparts to some, one of the biggest lessons of their lives. As the rapper turns a year older, we bring you some of his finest gems that’ll simply crack you up and will make your day!
When he makes you see the magic of ‘Aaloo ka parantha’
When he wants you to spice up your life with ‘Chicken Fried Rice’
When he advised men to woo girls with ‘Vada Pav’
When he asks his listeners to take Vitamin D
When he explained the relationship between Pizza’s ‘gol’ base and the glow on your face
Here's wishing the king of cheesy songs a very Happy Birthday!
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