ātī kyā khaṁḍālā
Would you come to Khandala?
00 :11
ai, kyā bōltī ?
ai, kyā maiṁ bōlūm̐?
sun 
sunā 
ātī kyā khaṁḍālā?
kyā karūm̐, ā  maiṁ khaṁḍālā?
ghūmēṁgē, phirēṁgē, nācēṁgē, gāēm̐gē
aiś karēṁgē aur kyā?
[all stanza x2]
Hey, what do you say?
Hey, what shall I say?
Listen …
Listened [i.e. yes, tell me]
Would you come to Khandala?
What will I do once arrived in Khandala?
We'll wander, stroll around, dance, sing
And we'll enjoy ourselves, what else?
[all stanza x2]
01 :04
ai, kyā bōltī ?
ai, kyā maiṁ bōlūm̐?
Hey - what do you say?
Hey - what should I say?
01 :33
barsāt  sīzan hai
khaṁḍālā   kyā karnā?
barsāt  sīzan mēṁ  ,
mazā hai mērī mainā
bhīgūm̐gī maiṁ, sardī khām̐sī  jāēgī mujhkō
chātā   jāēm̐gē,
pāgal samjhī kyā mujhkō?
kyā karūm̐, samajh maiṁ āē na
kyā kahūm̐, tujhsē maiṁ jānūm̐ na
arē itnā  kyūm̐ sōcē,
maiṁ āgē  pīchē
bas ab niklēṁ! aur kyā?
It's rainy season,
once in Khandala, what to do?
The fun, my myna bird, is to go there
in the rainy season itself
I'll get drenched, I ll get a cold and cough
We would have taken an umbrella,
did you take me for a fool?
I don't know what I should do
I don't know what I should tell you
Come on, why are you thinking so much
I at the front, you at the back,
Enough, let's leave now! What else?
02 :08
ai, kyā bōltī ?
ai, kyā maiṁ bōlūm̐?
Hey, what do you say?
Hey, what shall I say?
02 :43
lōnāvlē mēṁ cikkī khāēm̐gē, [waterfall]  jāēm̐gē
khaṁḍālā  ghāṭ  ūpar, fōṭō khīṁc  āēm̐gē
hām̐ bhī kartā, na bhī kartā, dil mērā dīvānā
dil bhī sālā, [party] badlē, kaisā hai zamānā!
[phone] lagā,  apnē dil  zarā
pūch , āxir hai kyā mājrā
arē pal mēṁ phisltā hai,
pal mēṁ saṁbhltā hai
[Confuse] kartā hai, bas kyā?
We'll eat chikki in Lonavla and go to the waterfall
having come to take photos atop the Ghat of Khandala
My crazy heart says both yes and no
The damn heart switches parties, what a world!
Kindly give your heart a phone call
Ask him, what's the matter after all
Hey, at times (it) slips,
at times (it) regains balance
It confuses (us), so what?
03 :18
ai, kyā bōltī ?
ai, kyā maiṁ bōlūm̐?
sun 
sunā 
ātī kyā khaṁḍālā?
kyā karūm̐, ā  maiṁ khaṁḍālā?
ghūmēṁgē, phirēṁgē, nācēṁgē, gāēm̐gē
aiś karēṁgē, aur kyā?
ai, kyā bōltī ?
ai, kyā maiṁ bōlūm̐?
Hey, what do you say?
Hey, what shall I say?
Listen …
Listened [i.e. yes, tell me]
Would you come to Khandala?
What will I do once arrived in Khandala?
We'll wander, stroll around, dance, sing
And we'll enjoy ourselves, what else?
Hey, what do you say?
Hey, what shall I say?
Aati Kya Khandala (Hindi: आती क्या खंडाला, Urdu: آتی کیا کھنڈالا) "Would you come to Khandala?" is a song from the 1988 Indian film Ghulam.

In the song and video clip, a girl, Alisha is upset and her friend and lover Sidhu tries to console her by proposing an untimely trip to Khandala, a touristic destination located in the state of Maharastra, India.

The song mentions attractions and places near Khandala, such as the scenic Ghat (valley) of Khandala, the city of Lonavala, and the "chikki", a famous Indian hard candy elaborated there.

Sidhu and Alisha are played by the Indian actors Aamir Khan and Rani Mukerji. The song became so popular, that Rani Mukerji started being called "the Khandala Girl" because of it.

Aamir Khan sang the male part himself, and the female part was sung by the Indian playback singer Alka Yagnik.

The music was composed by the Indian composed duo Jatin–Lalit (the brothers Jatin and Lalit Pandit), and the lyrics were written by Nitin Raikwar.