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bahut

(bæˈhʊt)
n
(Furniture) a portable, decorative chest, often with a round lid, primarily used for transporting clothing
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He said it is a very bad time and asked me to be cautious." (Mein jab chunaav lad rahi thi, tab ek Maharaj ji aaye the aur unhone kaha tha ki yeh bahut bura samay chal raha hai.
Shah Rukh Khan's Devdas leans into Aishwarya Rai's Paro, almost whispering, " Aik baat hoti thee tab tum bahut yaad aati thee.
Pakeezah went on to become a cult classic because of its songs - 'Chalte Chalte', 'Tharhe rahiyo O banke yaar' and 'Aaj hum apni duaon ka' and Raj Kumar's dialogue: 'Aap ke paon dekhe, bahut haseen hai.
"Bahut Shukria," she smiled, and concluded her speech.
But when the reporter asked what he did for the general public, a majority of the people, said "desh ke liye bahut kuch kiya hai" (He worked for the nation).
The actor-turned-politician won over the massive crowd at the mega-rally by starting his speech with a filmy-style utterance: "Bahut jaan hai (it has a lot of life)." Sinha was introduced by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as "Bihari babu" as the "khamosh" actor lived up to the billing every bit by calling for the youngsters as "aap sab mein bahut dam hai (you all have a lot of strength)".
(3) Hamny is tareekh sy sabaq seekh kar aagy barhna he kiyoun keh aaj ham par bahut bari zimadaari he (we are to proceed by learning the lesson from the history because there lies a heavy responsibility on us) (7:51-52).
Ek baar aag lag jaati hai, to usey bujhana bahut mushkil hota hai," he said.
Kalia: sachmuch ki jalpari--mai us pakroong aur bahut sare paise banaoonga (A real mermaid!
"Public ka bahut cooperation mila hai," says Mayor Gaud.
While addressing an event in Chattisgarh on Friday, Shah was quoted saying: " Bahut chatur baniya tha woh, usko maloom tha aage kya hone waala hai ( He was very clever, he knew what was going to happen)." The Congress party slammed Amit Shah for using such phrase for Mahatma Gandhi.