December 14, 2016 3:50:31 pm
The much-awaited song from Hrithik Roshan-starrer Kaabil is finally here and we just cannot take our eyes off it. The song is full of energy with an EDM mix of the revamped version of Amitabh Bachchan’s iconic song. But more than that, it is the visuals which are stealing the show. The song has been picturised on Bollywood starlet Urvashi Rautela, who is a total head turner with her amazing moves and well, you can’t take your eyes off her.
Just like the earlier version of the song, the entire focus has been given to Urvashi however, you also sense glimpses of thrill and suspense spun around lead actor Hrithik and Ronit Roy, who plays the anti-hero in the film. What makes the song even more catchy is the costume. If you remember, Big B wore an attire which had hundreds of bulbs on it. Taking a cue from that, the entire set of the revamped song has also been illuminated with as many shoot lights the makers could gather.
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Even though there is energy and a throwback feel, the song boasts of sex-appeal. However, it is not able to surpass the special forever emotions the original one had. The moment we listen to the hook line “Saara Zamaana”, Amitabh Bachchan is flashed through our memories that cheers us up ultimately. So, the song is an earworm but visuals are nothing beyond being sensuous. The song has been sung by Raftaar and Payal Dev. The music has been given by Rajesh Roshan, who had also composed the iconic original version.
— Urvashi Rautela ?? (@URautelaForever) December 13, 2016
— Rakesh Roshan (@RakeshRoshan_N) December 14, 2016
Hrithik dedicated the song to his uncle Rajesh Roshan through a tweet and Rakesh Roshan, the producer of the film, announced the song as a new avatar of the classic number.
Starring Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam, Kaabil is directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Rakesh Roshan with music by Rajesh Roshan. A small film with a big heart, it releases in theaters on 25th January 2017.
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