Can’t get over ‘Jamal Kudu’ song played during Bobby Deol’s entry in Animal; Know its meaning and origin

Actor Bobby Deol’s entry in the film ‘Animal’ and the song 'Jamal Kudu' played in the background is now taking internet to storm.

Actor Bobby Deol’s entry in the film ‘Animal’ and the song ‘Jamal Kudu’ played in the background is now taking internet to storm. Specially, netizens are loving the background music played during the antagonist Abrar Haque entry in the movie. The music has gained huge popularity after the film’s release.

The song’s popularity forced the producers to release an individual full version of the song. The full version song is presently available on YouTude. It was released by December 6 and have gain over 34 million views so far.

Reportedly, a well-known Iranian song “Jamaal Jamaaloo” served as an inspiration for this presently popular song. The Iranian song was reworked by music composer Harshvardhan Rameshwar for Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal. The lyrics is believed to have its origin in Southern Iran.

The song said to be a wedding song, was sung by the Kharazemi Girls High School’s Shirazi Choir in the 1950s. Jamal Kudu is a translation of the same-titled poem by well-known Iranian poet Bijan Smandar.

The meaning of the lyric’s hook line is “Oh my love, my beloved, my sweet love!”

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