By Hindustan Times
With every new song, Pooja Bhatt, the director of the erotic Jism 2, is scaling newer heights of on-screen sex appeal, visually delightful love-making and to a great extent- some good music, too.
In the newly released song, Darta Hoon, which is sung, written and composed by the Pakistani band Rushk, the art of quick seduction is the theme.
The entire song has a metal genre sound to it. It starts with an electric guitar riff, that builds up the anticipation for what is coming next.
In the video, Sunny Leone is entering a night club and looking around, when she spots the dashing and suited Arunoday Singh.
Sunny Leone, dressed in a blood red dress, with rather bold cuts to boast the adult star's cleavage and curvaceous body.
She moves around the bar, gulps down a drink and starts dancing to seduce the hunk, Arunoday Singh sitting in front of her.
The music, by then, has caught a lingering tempo and smoothly moves with the video of the song. The lyrics and the tune have a tempo which compliments the sexual tension building up between Sunny Leone and Arunoday Singh.
Consistent drumming, electric guitar riffs and contrasting vocals with a strong male sound and a mellow female tone go well with Arunoday's body language and the porcelain-like Sunny Leone.
The lyrics go like 'darta hoon mai tujh ko paane se' with the female singer replying, 'tere naal main jindadi laa baithi, na laandi te na pachtaandi'.
In the video also, the coming together of Sunny Leone and Arunoday Singh has the metaphor of them being forbidden fruits for each other. There is hesitation, but once Sunny Leone weaves her red magic, Arunoday Singh follows her to a room and intimacy follows.
Red seems to be a favourite for Sunny Leone.
Underneath her red scintillating dress, Sunny Leone is wearing black stocking with a garter and red lingerie. This completes all the elements required for an erotic, visually stimulating, steamy quotient. Maybe this introduces the garter to Bollywood, as not many heroines are seen wearing one.
The song is seductive with its tone and timing, and it pulls the listener into a trance. With a well-matched video, the song definitely raises the temperature. The roping in of a Pakistani band, which is a Pooja Bhatt usual, could be a bit of a wager for the Indian audience as the sound is unconventional.
Let us see how far does the Jism 2 magic reach with this one!