This year Bollywood had an era of sequels, where critics have some good and some really not so good reviews for the sequels. By the looks of it, the beginning of next year is going to be definitely of old songs which have been remixed and remade for their songs. We just don’t one, or two, but three songs which have been remixed from old popular tracks. Interestingly, all the three songs’s movies would be released in January itself.
We have one song in a dance bar, one in a high end dance club and one in the Bedroom. All three of them have its own spice and chemistry. Talking about Laila, Sunny Leone has played ‘Laila’ before in Shootout at Wadala, she is certain of the song given to her. From slaying perfect dance moves to giving those hot steamy looks to our hero, we also tap our feet with the music of the song. Needless to mention, SRK’s cold looks add mystery to the song.
We have Haseeno ka Deewana next, where Urvashi Rautella dances to the remix version in a club. The fact that the club has only our lady dancing makes the song a little hard to accept. Even the man of the song, Hritik, is not a part of the dance number and is seen in bits and pieces doing actions against the antagonist of the film. The song does not really make us stand on our feet and dance. Urvashi dancing alone in such fast beats makes the moves look clumsy and we are displeased.
Next, the much awaited ‘The Humma song’ is a bed room sequel featuring the actors themselves. The song is a remade version of Humma Humma from ‘Bombay’. Baadshah rapping in the middle of the song is a new factor to the masterpiece made by Mani Ratnam and A.R. Rahmaan. Although the chemistry between Shraddha and Aditya is as sizzling as a bedroom scene could get, the song loses its point where out of nowhere Aditya is forced to lip sync to Baadshah’s rap. A good remake, however, has received mixed responses from audience.
Which one is your favorite?