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'Flop Show' Title Song.

 Awesome title track of the immensely popular comedy show  'Flop Show' (1989) directed by Jaspal Bhatti.

Download the Song here: 1.18 Mb,1.17 min,128Kbps.

If I remember right then the music was composed by Louis Banks.

Lyrics of the crazy Flop song...almost:

Bow Wow. Bow Bow Bow
Flop Show
Zoooom in, Zoooom out
Zoom in, Zoom out
Fade in, Fade out
Pan in(?), drop in(?). oohh aah AaAah.
Wide Shot(?). Pull Shot. oohh aah AaAah.
Tilt up, Tilt Down, Camera now fell down
Flop Show, Flop Show, Flop Show
Flop Show
Bow Wow. Bow Bow Bow
Flop Show
Writerrr, Fighterrr
Writer, Fighter, Producer Director
 Singer, Actor. oohhaah AaAah.
Light man, Trolley man. oohh aah AaAah.
Cameramaaan, Everymaaan
Flop Show, Flop Show, Flop Show, Flop Show



  1. I think that the Musical signature of Flop Show was NOT composed by Louis Banks. It was actually Mr.H.M.Singh a.k.a Kuki ( he is seen in the video , sitting on some boxes and wearing white hat and lip-syncing some bow wow...and flopshow).

    Thanx for posting the clip !

  2. Even the Credits has a humour.....
    Misdirected by......
    Camera Jerks....
    Audio Drops....

  3. The oohh aa ha ha girls are so pretty. Specially the one in the extreme left.

    1. Were they any playback singers

    2. Whereabouts of these beautiful girls

    3. I tried finding about these girls, especially one wearing black. She must have been an actress

  4. Haha, one of the reasons I never missed the starting credits.

  5. It is "Pan and Trolley oaaah aha ah" instead of Pan In Drop In.


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