Anamika’s Kaala Sha Kaala Music by Edwin fernandes and Babloo Video Director Bobby & Ahmed Khan,
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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23 Responses to “kaala sha kaala Anamika ( Oficial Video)”

  1. dhakal Raju

    21. Feb, 2013

    Nice song , before 8 year when i listen this song ,continue  8 hours

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  2. therash09

    21. Feb, 2013

    This is one of the greatest Indian hits of the 1990s! Wonderful work by Anamika.

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  3. Myquestion100

    21. Feb, 2013

    agreed 110% we all have red blood wer all the same 

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  4. 1234maliha

    21. Feb, 2013

    WHY THE HELL PEOPLE ARE FIGHTING OVER THIS SONG, U R SUPPOSED TO ENJOY THE SONG!!!! I LOVE THIS SONG , I DONT CARE IF ITS PAKISTANI OR INDIAN CANADIAN AFRICAN AMERCIAN BRITISH OR WHATEVER!!!! GET A LIFE IDIOTS

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  5. viru807

    21. Feb, 2013

    this alvs take me back to my school days when this song came

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  6. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    some user said hes proud of being Punjabi Bruuuah…i mean why not put Indian then? ……

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  7. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    becasue it annoys peopel who are more proud in being PUnjabi then being Indian, especially when some of these poeple are anti India and wantt to seperate fro India then …..

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  8. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    no i am an american. I was born here. And i dont like “mate” and you UK Indians who aer pro Khalistani. And no i dont think im better then anyone else. Im just not like where i have more pride in being Punjabi then Indian then ……. and since your not going to response, pip pip cheerio and all that sort of stuff….big ups to this and big ups to that…..u nah i mean? ? ……. and good luck in copying America then …….

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  9. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    ya some people dont get that……they refer to Indians as Asian….

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  10. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    firwt of all who the who hell usses the word mate?….secondly….the fact that u used the word mate, and wrote the things u wrote, makes me think ur a Indian hater or a khalistani person….cus most people who write what u write, and use the word mate, are either from the uk, canada, austrailia, or some pip pip cheerio country….and some of the people in those areas are not into india and are pro khalistan…..i mean INdia wasn’t there before the partition? ? lol lol

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  11. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    Whats the differences between Punjabi in India and Indian? ?

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  12. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    why does it apply here….i mean..i dont understand how this has all the makings of Indian cutlure, and then gets seperated into Pakistani culture??…..the words,,,,the clothes…..the culture….the dance…..this is like saying…..no its not Los Angeles culture, is San Diego culture….well whats the difference?…..I mean if your pakistani are you even allowed to dress like this and are women even alloewd to act like this in public?……and please dont use Asian then…..

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  13. sheru7meraa7naam

    21. Feb, 2013

    ok yh technically the singers are Indian… but it’s still a Punjabi folk song … coz it’s been sung by various singers in both countries throughout the years… lol ok enough of that!

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  14. sheru7meraa7naam

    21. Feb, 2013

    if it weren’t a folk song, then i would say yes definitely it’s an Indian song and would agree with what you said… but obviously that doesn’t apply here… i don’t hate india at all dnt worry, i gt lots of indian friends they’re awesome, but i was just trying to make a point no hard feelings alryt, sorry if i offended u

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  15. sheru7meraa7naam

    21. Feb, 2013

    @DjBobbyLosAngeles In the UK the term “Asian” means someone from South Asia, namely India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh…that guy is from the UK as well that’s why he called them “asian”… i suggest you do a bit of research before you go off on one… i know “asian” means something else in the US that’s why u probably got confused, n e way no big deal

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  16. sheru7meraa7naam

    21. Feb, 2013

    Excuse me MATE…. THIS is a Punjabi FOLK song…. which was written WAY before the partition of India……this has nothing to do with INDIA or PAKISTAN, it’s PUNJABI culture, which belongs on BOTH sides of the border coz the Punjab region runs through both countries….if you can’t accept that it’s ur problem not mine

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  17. DjBobbyLosAngeles

    21. Feb, 2013

    man this is an INdian song….this INdian culture….u seperated and called it the country of Paksitan…..and pleae dont label Asian…sighhh…Indian people dont label yourself Asian!!! !!!!! …..

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  18. purebloodfreedom1

    21. Feb, 2013

    how the hell is it nasty asian. ASIANS ARE FROM EASST. Fuck desis aint orients

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  19. Videomama1972

    21. Feb, 2013

    Is this just a music video or from a movie? I would love to see it if it’s a movie…anyone know???

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  20. CA Manish Arya

    21. Feb, 2013

    Anamika…. where u lost Gal…i really like all of ur songs…Actually It’s u who had set a Quality level for the Punjabi Music with ur groovy tracks……come back !

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  21. ghumanharj

    21. Feb, 2013

    One of the great songs of Punjab

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  22. Chingalingproduction

    21. Feb, 2013

    this song is older than pakistan LOL so wtf is everyone talking about its an old folk punjabi song

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  23. 1982keepthefaith

    21. Feb, 2013

    Amazing Video

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