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The exact moment that India finally embraced Flower Power is captured forever in the hypnotic and groping guitar riff that opens the hippie anthem “Dum Maro Dum” in the film Hare Rama Hare Krishna (1971). “Duniya ne Humko Diya Kya” is the chorus and was the central theme of hippie counterculture. Asha Bhosle’s vocals, RD Burman’s eternal composition and Zeenat Aman’s sultry style made this an instant hit.
That this cultural milestone was designed by director and film lead Dev Anand to warn Indians about the loose, drug-addled lifestyle of hippies, rather than embrace it, is the very definition of irony - which is partly the reason that it finds its place in Myxtur's Desi Vibes Collection..
Impact-Resistant, Durable Polycarbonate Hard Case with an extremely slim profile, with raised front bezel for extra screen protection.
High Quality Print
Matte finish ultra HD print. Expect no peeling, chipping, or wearing off.
Easy access to buttons
Includes cut-outs for your regular charger and headphones. Precision molded with no seams or sharp edges.
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