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The Bollywood Movie Agent Vinod (2012) has a song named I'll do the talking tonight.

The song starts with some Russian lines. I searched everywhere in the internet but I didn't find a single article or website explaining the meaning of those Russian lines.

If anybody in this forum knows, please listen to the song if you haven't and explain. It's been a mystery since 2012. :D

Listen to this song online here

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The lyrics are in Serbian, not Russian. These lines come from the song "Ruse kose curo imaš":

Serbian text:
Aman, da gi žalim,
ne bi ti gi dala
da gi mrsiš ti!

Translation (by lyricstranslate)
Even if I did,
I wouldn't give them to you
To play with them

You can listen to the song itself, performed by Gordana Lazarević, on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Erp_TTeVmM

  • I was looking for since the day it came. Just curiosity. How did you find it? – HV Sharma Aug 22 at 4:13
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    @HarshvardhanSharma well, I instantly recognized that it's not Russian. Then I asssumed that it's Slavic, tried typing out lyrics to Google, and after multiple attempts kind of got lucky :) – default locale Aug 22 at 4:20
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    Cool! You seriously did a big help. :D – HV Sharma Aug 22 at 4:22
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I listen the song now. The lyrics are not in Russian. They are in hindi.

Here you have the english translation: https://www.filmyquotes.com/songs/2955

  • I do know that it's an Indian song. But it starts with a lady singing song in Russian language and that lyrics are not mentioned anywhere in the internet. It comes after keywords 'lights..' and before 'I'll do the talking tonight'. – HV Sharma Aug 17 at 15:16
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    @HarshvardhanSharma I've listen to the song and those lyrics don't sound like Russian to me either. – Arsak Aug 18 at 15:32
  • @Arsak forget about it being russian. just listen to the song and listen to what the lady sings and tell us about it if you know – HV Sharma Aug 19 at 4:51

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