British Colonists introduced this phrase to the Indian people.
“___ ___” is a British phrase, used in foxhunting, shouted when a rider sees the fox. It was the signature war cry of the British ruling class when hunting a fox across the country.
The expression became commonly used during the Second World War, by English-speaking fighter pilots to say that an enemy aircraft has been sighted and even today it is still used for this purpose.
Mohd. Rafi and Shammi Kapoor transformed the boom from the high aristocracy of the British Empire into a gentle Indian croon when they used it in 1962, in one of their collaborations.
The phrase was softened to a treble variation, and infused with such musical magic that it sways the mind and body as easily today as it did four decades ago.
Identify the British phrase.