Sonu Nigam sings “Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte” in the 2008 Indian film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. It occurs in the film as a dream scene item number in another film. The track reenacts iconic sequences from Bollywood movies, and this is sung by Shahrukh Khan, who plays a variety of renowned vintage Bollywood actors, with a variety of other women who not only play classic Bollywood stars. Shahrukh Khan appears alongside Kajol, Bipasha Basu, Lara Dutta, Preity Zinta, and Rani Mukerji in chronological sequence.
The music’s five components correspond to 50 years of Bollywood some of the most famous actors at that period. The lyrics are primarily made up of song or movie titles from each of the actors involved. The choruses have a reference to a Kishore Kumar film Nau Do Gyarah, with the phrase “,” that is indeed a popular song in Nau Do Gyarah.
Umbrellas emerge later, giving homage to Shree 420. The very first phrase is “Pyar Hua Ikrar Hua,” the title of a popular Shree 420 song, and “Jeena Yahan Marna Yahan,” of Mera Naam Joker. The following verse mentions three additional films: Chhalia (1960), Anari (1959), Awaara (1951), and Sangam (1951). (1964). Movies such as Chhalia, Anari, Awaara, and Sangam have all been released. From Shree 420 onwards, the music shifts from “Awaara Houn” to “Mera Joota Hai Japani.”
The song devotes two verses to the 1960s, paying homage to major actors of various genres. Dev Anand is first, while Shammi Kapoor is indeed the second.
Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte featured the next guy to be honoured is Dev Anand, and Bipasha Basu plays Nutan/Sadhana, who is adorned in white with red flowers in her hair and a 60s-styled churidar. “Dil ki Bhanwar Kare Pukar,” the opening line of the verse, is the title of a song from Anand’s 1963 film Tere Ghar Ke Samne. The following phrase is “Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai,” which is the title of a 1961 film. The third phrase, “Jiya ohh, Jiya Kuch Boldon,” is a lyric from the title song of Jab Pyar Kisi Se Hota Hai.
A cartoon rendition of Aap Ki Kasam’s “Jai Jai Shiv Shankar” is used in the penultimate stanza’s set. The actor is Rajesh Khanna, while Sharmila Tagore is represented by Preity Zinta. The opening tune and setting are identical to those of Aradhana’s “Mere Sapnon Ki Rani,” in which Khanna and Tagore both acted, implying the coupling. Later on, this song is mentioned. Zinta is seen reading Amar Prem in the first scene, which is also the title of a Rajesh Khanna film. “Jai Jai Shiv Shankar” is the source of the first two lines. His 1985 movie Zamana is referenced in the third sentence. The title of Mere Jeevan Saathi from 1972 is repeated in the next line.