Kaanchi is a romantic story of, well, “the unbreakable” girl called Kaanchi, who represents the inner strength of a woman. The story represents the many suppressed youth, especially women, against power and injustice in the country.
Yes, the tracks make us want to watch the movie, even though it’s a children’s movie! With a combination of Amitabh Bachchan, Boman Irani, and lots of horror+political comedy, the music album has already captured our heart.
There is nothing special about the album. Except for the first track, all the others are repulsive. The last track rather gives a feeling that the film is going to turn out to be of those Bollywood horror shows that you watch just for fun.
The music album, including the videos, drips and drools of wannabe-ness. There is too much of expensive sun shades, fancy clothes and hip-hop/street dance, and it doesn’t make me want to go ahead and watch the movie, at all.
A very dull music album. Not what’s expected from a Varun Dhawan movie, which has been much awaited by all the girls. The songs are anything but fresh, and heavily influenced by the David Dhawan tadka.
Overall, The songs are good, but not great. You are mostly not going to remember them, except the tanki funky monkey song! Overall the album is not strong enough for fresh actors and a charred concept.
A horror movie directed by Pawan Kripalani, Darr @The Mall released on February 21, 2014. The movie has Jimmy Sheirgill playing a security officer at a mall where a series of strange and unnatural deaths have happened.