By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network
A thriller movie based in Delhi, about four friends that are just out of college, starting of with their careers, when a horrifying incident happens. The aim of the film is to send out a social message to today’s youth. The film stars Jimmy Shergill, Mohit Marwah, Vijender Singh, and Kiara Advani. To me, the film’s trailer bears a resemblance with the 2011 Bollywood thriller Shaitan. The movie was to be released on May 16th, but since it was clashing with the release of Heropanti, they have postponed it. Honestly, I don’t think they really needed to be worried! The movie has used Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan to promote the film by having them in the title track of their movie, which they are promoting heavily. Here it is!
Fugly Fugly Kya Hai
A song by Yo Yo Honey Singh this one is absolutely rocking, and it is not because of him! It’s simply the presence of the two all-time superheros Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan! The song has both the badass boys of Bollywood rocking it in an old garage set. The song has an innovative video, superb beats and witty lyrics describing the rich spoilt brats and the big bad world. This track is just absolutely addictive.
Raftaar describes the party scenario desi-style (along with Badshah’s rap)! Smoking, drinking, and dirty dancing. The whole song makes your body go dhup chik dhup chik! Not bad at all!
A song by Yo Yo Honey Singh about life, friendship, hitting the road and being absolutely lost in life. In short, the song is about rebellious youth. Awesome song, with great guitar strings at the beginning.
Good In Bed
What an absolutely wacky and fun song! The song starts with a retro feel and midway changes into Punjabi beats with a dhol and all. The song is sung by Prashant Vadhyar, Rajiv Sundaresan and Sunaina Sarkar. Love it!
Crashed dreams, sad days, no light in the tunnel, and giving up on life. Sounds like Arijit Singh. The song is the perfect stereotype of a Bollywood sad song with not a too original tune and lyrics. The song is yet quite nice song, and Pawni Pandey voice at the end gives the track a beautiful climax.
G Pe Danda
I definitely expected more out of this song, but it was rather disappointing. Though the title is great, the lyrics don’t do justice to it. Absolutely lame song sung by Aman Trikha, Prashant Vadhyar and Pawni Pandey
Lovely Jind Wali
Punjabi item song that’s not quite “kamar tod” as it claims. Sung by Santokh Singh, Prashant Vadhyar and Pawni Pandey
The song has fun songs, but nothing can come close to the title track, which is totally superb! The rest of the tracks do compliment the first track though, keeping the same momentum throughout the album.