Malishka says Mumbai Geli Khadyaat. Your thoughts? Image: YouTube/ Red FM India
Potholes, non-stop rainfall, effed up railway lines and paani-cum-chai — well that's Mumbai rains for you. No matter how much you prepare yourself to battle it, monsoon will always beat you without fail. Courtesy, the Maharashtra government.
And nobody gets the struggle more than RJ Malishka, of course. The popular RJ, who was embroiled in a very public feud with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) last year for her viral pothole song, has released a new song about the plight of the maximum city during the rainy season.
On the lines of Zingaat, this song is called Mumbai Geli Khadyaat which means Mumbai has gone down the drain. The song takes a dig at BMC and the state government for their nonchalance. The number talks about how despite paying taxes, Mumbaikars are subjected to precarious circumstances during rains. Malishka, as usual, has done a great job.
The song can definitely become Mumbaikars' anthem during the rains. Take a look at the song.
Last year, Malishka had released a number on YouTube, titled 'Mumbai tula BMC var bharosa nahi kya', which slammed the administration for the poor condition of Mumbai's roads. Soon after, she was served with a legal notice from BMC for dengue mosquito breeding at her Pali Naka residence. Is more trouble coming her way this time around? Well, we have to wait and watch.