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Ye To Mehndi Hai Mehndi To Rang Lati Hai Mp3 Song 45

Ye To Mehndi Hai Mehndi To Rang Lati Hai Mp3 Song 45

Ye To Mehndi Hai Mehndi To Rang Lati Hai is a popular song from the 2001 Bollywood movie Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, starring Salman Khan, Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta. The song is sung by Jaspinder Narula and composed by Anu Malik, with lyrics by Sameer. The song is a festive and romantic number that celebrates the beauty of mehndi (henna) and its significance in Indian weddings.

The song is available for download in various formats, such as mp3, mp4, wav, etc. One of the sources to download the song is [SoundCloud], where you can find the song with the title "Ye To Mehndi Hai Mehndi To Rang Lati Hai Mp3 Song 45 TOP". The song has a duration of 5 minutes and 45 seconds, and has been uploaded by a user named Ilyzomax1968. The song has received over 10,000 plays and 500 likes on SoundCloud.


The song is also available on [YouTube], where you can watch the video of the song with the title "ye to mehndi hai mehndi to rang lati hai (? jhankar ?) Salman Khan, Rani Mukharji, Hits Song". The video has been uploaded by a channel named Bollywood Jhankar Songs, and has over 2 million views and 20,000 likes. The video features scenes from the movie, where Salman Khan and Rani Mukerji are seen applying mehndi on each other's hands and expressing their love.

Another YouTube video of the song is titled "Yeh Toh Mehandi hai Chori Chori Chupke Chupke Movie Song Preity Zinta", which has been uploaded by a channel named Shemaroo. The video has over 48 million views and 200,000 likes. The video shows Preity Zinta as a surrogate mother who is carrying Salman Khan and Rani Mukerji's child. She is seen dancing with joy and applying mehndi on her hands while singing the song.

The song is one of the most loved songs from the movie, and has been praised for its catchy tune, melodious voice and meaningful lyrics. The song captures the essence of mehndi as a symbol of love, happiness and auspiciousness in Indian culture. The song is also a great choice for wedding ceremonies and celebrations, as it adds to the festive mood and atmosphere.


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