Nacchite Ye Panaina Lyrics Translated to English: Dohchay | Arijit Singh

The vibrant Telugu song “Nacchite Ye Panaina Lyrics Translation” from the movie “Dohchay,” sung by Arijit Singh, features stars Naga Chaitanya and Kriti Sanon. The song has gained popularity in Telugu cinema for Arijit Singh’s emotive rendition and Krishna Kanth’s lyrical depth. The music video on YouTube enriches the auditory experience with visual storytelling that complements the song’s upbeat tempo and energetic choreography.


Nacchite Ye Panaina Lyrics Translated to English Dohchay
Title Nacchite Ye Panaina
Movie/Album Dohchay
Vocalist(s) Arijit Singh
Lyricist(s) Krishna Kanth
Music Producer(s) Sunny M. R.
Star Cast Naga Chaitanya, Kriti Sanon

“Nacchite Ye Panaina” encapsulates themes of perseverance and determination, encouraging listeners to pursue their goals with a positive attitude. The translated Telugu song lyrics blend traditional Telugu folk rhythms with contemporary beats, and Arijit Singh’s vocals add emotional depth, making it a memorable addition to the movie’s soundtrack.

Dohchay Movie’s Nacchite Ye Panaina Lyrics Translated to English


Nacchite Ye Panaina, Navvudhu Chessi Rana,
If you like any work, do it with a good smile.
Ewwadu Emitanna Aagakha Sagiponna,
If you have any obstacles, continue until the task is complete.

One Way Na Dhari Edhuringa Edhi,
Do not stop yourself until it is finished.
Break Andu Leni Runway Sawari,
There’s no break; come and join me.

One Kanna Goppa Number Nadappa,
Nee Munde Cheppa Athe Rakappa,

No one is greater than me, and no one dares touch me.
Nacche Gunamm Na Lone Lethu Ra,
I do not possess any positive habits.
Mecche Tanam Pomanna Pothu Ra,
Praising me will never stop.

Manchodane Peraythe Vaddhu Ra,
Being a good guy is not what I want,
Paika Neno Rakam,
And I am a variety of my own.

Nadhani Nadhani Denikki Godawa,
That’s mine; this is yours. This is the fight that we have.
Repadhi Evadikko Cherunu Vinawa,
Tomorrow, it will again change hands.
Chethilo Mikilina Nethini Sarika,
Today’s future is what we have in hand.
Vaduku Vathalara Chiwarakaruka,
Don’t waste this opportunity until it’s too late.

Daachindi Mukhame Dress Undi Sagame
Why do you hide your face while wearing a half dress?
Ayina Andala Maguve
You are still a beautiful girl.
Uudindi Pogalu Toolindi Pagale
You are the smoke that comes in the misty morning.
Parledu Repe Segale
That is ok. You are taking a warm breath.

Puvvichi Venakocche Uddesham Lede Ledu
I do not turn back once I offer flowers.
Veelaithe Ok Look Ea Istha Le
I will look at you with love.

Manasu Ichi Vidipoye Dramale Vadde Voddhu
Once I commit, there is no separation.
Simplega Single Ga Unte Podde
When you’re single, you look cute.

Na Parichayam Neekele Adrushtham
My friendship is your luck.
Na Panitanam Abbo Chala Kashtam
My work style may be challenging for you.
Okko Kshanam Oka Teepi Gnaapakam
Each moment is a sweet memory.
Prayam Kore Mohan
Let this young age not go to waste.

Nadhani Nadhani Denikki Godawa,
That’s mine; this is yours. This is the fight that we have.
Repadhi Evadikko Cherunu Vinawa,
Tomorrow, it will again change hands.
Chethilo Mikilina Nethini Sarika,
Today’s future is what we have in hand.
Vaduku Vathalara Chiwarakaruka,
Don’t waste this opportunity until it’s too late.

Nacchite Ye Panaina Music Video

The music video for “Nacchite Ye Panaina” by Arijit Singh, directed by Sudheer Varma, effectively complements the theme of ambition and vitality. It captures youthful exuberance, cementing the song’s cultural significance. The track stands out in the film “Dohchay” and is a testament to Telugu cinema’s blend of catchy melodies with meaningful lyrics. It has an infectious energy and motivational message that appeals to diverse audiences, encouraging listeners to embrace life’s challenges with a smile.

The lyrics of this song are now available in multiple Indian languages, including Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and more. To choose your preferred language, click on the translation (beta) button located at the bottom right corner.