The 1999 action comedy Baadshah - starring Shah Rukh Khan and Twinkle Khanna - offers several very unique item numbers, including "Mohabbat Ho Gayee Hai" ("Love Just Happened"). The lyrics can be translated as:
Whatever you have to say, speak from the heart
Darling, remain in my heart
I didn't deliberately fall in love; love just happened
what should I even fear now?
Ho oh o..
I didn't deliberately do mischief; mischief just happened
What should I do now?
Ho oh o..
This crazy one does not heed the world's chatter
No one knows when love might happen
Even in snowy weather, a spark can flare
Who knows where or how this heart began to race?
Your madness made me so helpless
Unthinking, unquestioning, I gave everything to you, darling
The warmth of your breath, the spell of your heartbeats
There's some magic even in your desire, sweetheart
What makes this item number especially unique - besides Twinkle Khanna's costumes - is the unusual Norwegian locations. While you expect to see waterfalls, landscapes and boat marinas, the item song includes some particularly distinctive sites.
The sculpture arrangement in Frogner Park is the life work of the sculptor Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943) with more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and cast iron. Vigeland created the sculptures beginning in the 1920s until his death in 1943. Many of these sculptures show people doing basic human activities such as running, holding hands, and hugging; however, a few are somewhat bewildering. The sculptures do prompt a response, however, making this a site well worth visiting.
Vigeland wanted to create a fountain for the park and he modelled his first design in plaster in 1906. This design received positive reviews and bears a close resemblance to the final product. After years of preparation, the Vigeland Park fountain was installed in 1947, four years after Vigeland's death. It is fabricated from bronze and adorned with 60 individual bronze reliefs that portray children and skeletons in the arms of giant trees.
Antony Gormley’s installation "Another Place" - now permanently located at Crosby Beach, near Liverpool - happened to be installed at Stavanger, Norway at the time of the filming of Baadshah. This work consists of a series of six-feet tall cast iron figures, modelled on Gormley's body, which face out to sea along a two mile stretch of beach. As the tide ebbs and flows, the figures are revealed and submerged. In this way, the work interacts with the environment.