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Akshay Kumar's most expensive dance!

 
 
 

Bhushan Kumar's Bhool Bhulaiyaa has a special lavish song picturised on Akshay amidst sultry belles, a sports car, desert setting, wet beaches and a gigantic Buddha statue.

Akshay Kumar is unstoppable and going places riding high on success and that's why there's a virtual AK film festival happening everywhere these days.

Now soon at your nearest multiplexes, will be one of Akshay Kumar's most expensive dances. Bhushan Kumar's Bhool Bhulaiyaa, directed by South's ace filmmaker Priyadarshan, has a special lavish song picturised on Akshay amidst sultry belles, a sports car, desert setting, wet beaches and a gigantic Buddha statue.

And for this extravagant special title track, dancers were specially flown in from the UK to groove with Khiladi Kumar. Choreographed by Ganesh Acharya, it was shot at different locations including Mumbai's Film city and Aksa Beach.

The title has Akshay sporting a totally cool look while crooning Hare Ram. "We can't disclose the amount, but let me assure you, its one of the most expensive dances ever to be shot.

We wanted to create something different and grand, and that's when along with my producers, I stumbled upon this idea. Akshay has been given a cool new look," says Priyadarshan.



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MUSIC REVIEW OF BHOOL BHULAIYAA

MUSIC REVIEW: Bhool Bhulaiyaa



The magical combination of Akshay Kumar, Pritam and director Priyadarshan is all set for another laugh riot in this year's most awaited comical thriller 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa'. It is third occasion when music director Pritam has rendered music for Priyadarshan's film after the golden success of 'Garam Masala' and 'Bhagam Bhag'. 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa' also stars Vidya Balan, Shiny Ahuja, Rajpal Yadav and Amisha Patel in lead roles. The film is assumed to be remake of super-hit Malayalam film that was later remade in Tamil under the name and style of 'Chandramukhi' starring Rajnikant and Nayantara in lead roles. Famous Sameer and Sayed Quadri have penned lyrics of the film bringing various shades of human emotions through Pritam's cultured western and classical musical works. 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa' is one of the finest musical works of this year and has eleven original soundtracks in its credits that can be heard on T-Series music cassettes and CD's.

BHOOL BHULAIYAA (2 VERSIONS) : Pritam's prolific record of delivering chartbusting title tracks maintains its top slot as there are loads of magical surprises in hip-shaking hip-hop and rocking title soundtrack "Bhool Bhulaiyaa". Neeraj Sridhar (lead vocalist of "Bombay Viking") is the man behind its supreme success and its second successive occasion after "Bhagam Bhag" ('Bhagam Bhag') where he has succeeded in delivering the needful. This title track is loaded with delightful foot-thumping hip-hop clubbed with rollicking hi-shaking musical thump that keeps one's spirits alive. It has strong swaying of enthused divinity with divine chants like "Hare Krishna Hare Ram" infused in the deliriously paced arrangements. It will surely rocketing high on charts in coming weeks and will be a big inspirational boost for the film's promotion. "Bhool Bhulaiyaa (remix)" is specially designed for the promotional works as it can serve all purposes in enticing viewers through trailers, promos and teasers. DJ A Myth has enriched it with club-house remix works that come all the way with delightful disco beat fillers. This racy impact of amusing DJ skills makes desired collisions with racy and catchy beats of this hot-shot title track in giving it loud thumping effect on floors. Super-Hit! LABON KO (2 VERSIONS) : KK's delivered soft rock ballads have always been major spotlight in Pritam's album and the good work continues with similar vigor and zeal in another sensuously rendered soundtrack "Labon Ko". It's a delight to hear something romantically pristine in the wordings of Sayed Quadri . It works progressively in building tempo of this delightful solo ballad. The soundtrack has booming musical impact similar to "To Phir Aao" ('Awarapaan') with strong blend of classical western rock music in its melodic base. Like "Alvida" ('Life in a…Metro'), "Tu Meri Shab Hai" ('Gangster'), it promises to scale high in charts and probably be another major solo hit of this year by KK-Pritam combo after their success in 'Life in a…Metro'. "Labon Ko (remix)" is another promising club remix track that has the potential of making itself favorite among teenyboppers in coming weeks. The racy disco thrills punched with invigorating rhythmical drum beating give free-flowing thrust of shaking booty on the floors. LET'S ROCK SONIYE (2 VERSIONS) : "Let's Rock Soniye" is a contemporary Bollywood style festive track that has trendy type of modern arrangements and enthused singing but proves too frail to be compared to earlier two original soundtracks. It has similar beat patterns to another festive track "Dhaam se Woh Aa Jaye" ('Dus') and have strong inclination towards Yash Chopra's style of musical work but the spark is missing. Pritam could have improvised or rearranged his chartbusting tracks like "Baat Paaki" ('Just Married') to create a different feel but still it fits into situation well with average impact. The remix version of this number is specially designed for marriage parties for its heavy usage of traditional musical instrumentation with loads of contemporary DJ works in its interludes. MERE DHOLNA : Pritam matures into elite cadre of class composers with classically enriched soundtrack "Mere Dholna", a brilliant combination of refined vocals and brilliant classical musical works. It's delightful surprise from Pritam as he has produced westernized musical works and this will positively raise his stature among competent musicians in Bollywood. Shreya Ghoshal delivers one of her finest performances by emoting out in classically refined vocalist attire with great improvisation and modulation in its middle and last interludes. M G Sreekumar's skilled classical rendition has strong South Indian vocalist base and it works progressively in tandem with Shreya's voice and synchronized classical musical rendition. "Mere Dholna" deserves to be applauded for swimming against the tide and creating decorum for classical Indian music. Shreya Ghoshal deserves special accolades for making it a great surprise hit and positively deserves place in the nominations for "Best Female Playback Singer" of this year. This soundtrack will be a major spotlight in the narration of the film and is expected to be hot favorite among class listeners. Classy Treat! ALLAH HAFIZ : Pritam treadmills his conventional style of composing by mixing and matching rhythms and tunes of a couple of his chartbusting hit tracks into lighthearted soundtrack - "Allah Hafiz". KK goes full throttle again and it's another track where KK-Pritam combo works as per the demand of the situation. This track has shades from the beat structures of "Kahan Kho Gaya" ('Hattrick') and "Kiss Me Baby" ('Garam Masala') and gives joyous feel of enthralled adventurer. This average sounding number has the potential of working big in situations but cannot be termed chartbusting for its repetitive musical zing. SAKHIYA : "Sakhiya" is a traditional village belle soundtrack that comes with foot-thumping musical impact and strong tinge of Indian classical musical base in its rhythmical flow. Tulsi Kumar gets big opportunity of proving her merit but lackluster sounding arrangements . Her shrill-paced voice gives it mediocre outlook. Priyadarshan's flicks have been popular with similar numbers that create an ambience of traditional ethnicity and this too works mechanically with the desired situation of the film. SAJDA (2 VERSIONS) : "Sajda", a hip-shaking disco-friendly track sounds more like an "item" song that is expected to boost glamour quotient of film with its glossy ambience and hot looking models in it's backdrop. KK croons in a typical rock mode attire but the extra screechy and jarring musical impact clubbed with sounding rhythmical flow fails to create any thrust. It is expected to feature in end titles or in some light moments and should well be utilized in the promos of the film. "Sajda (remix)" has resonating DJ impact in its prelude followed by its signature punching beat "A-O-A" and loads of disco beats fillers to create zany tempo on the floors. This DJ Suketu's crafted "club" track sounds more peppy and viable for its extra musical zing and will be preferred by party animals for disco thrills.

Pritam has another winner in 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa' and it completes a hat-trick of hits with Priyadarshan after the musical success of 'Garam Masala' and 'Bhagam Bhag'. The title track "Bhool Bhuliayaa" and "Labon Ko" are expected to be chartbusting while classically oriented number "Mere Dholna" will be a delight for niche audiences. The rest of the numbers are entertaining but not chartbusting by any standards. 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa' is expected to rope in above average collections for its producers and will surely be adding another feather to Pritam's crown.



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must say the songs are amzing i especially love the title song and labon pe and sajda ,kk has sung sajda and labo pe he completely rocks ,his voice gtes better n better now i cant wiat to see the movie Embarrassed

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Comic duo Paresh-Rajpal set to rock in BHOOL BHULAIYAA
Paresh Rawal and Rajpal Yadav are two names which are almost regular in a Priyadarshan film. BHAGAM BHAG, MALAMAAL WEEKLY, CHUP CHUP KE, GARAM MASALA and HUNGAMA are just a few examples to quote.

The two would now be aiming for setting the house on fire yet again as they are seen together in BHOOL BHULAIYAA. Remake of Rajnikanth starrer CHANDRAMUKHI which was primarily a dramatic outing, BHOOL BHULAIYAA instead follows a predominantly comic approach with gags, punch lines and funny situations expected to carry a Priyadarshan stamp.

Add to it the lead actor in the form of Akshay Kumar and one can be sure that BHOOL BHULAIYAA would be an out and out fun outing. Stay tuned as the film gets set for an October 12 release.

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Bhool Bhulaiyaa - Priyadarshan Honours A Commitment To Gulshan Kumar
In Bollywood, its rare to see friendships last and relationships maintained. In such a day and age, it's heartwarming to see a person go out of his way to honour a commitment to someone who had faith in him
The late Gulshan Kumar who was very impressed by the honesty reflected in Priyadarshan's film 'Gardish', had given him an advance for another film. Gulshan Kumar may not be amongst us today, but a promise is a promise, and Priyadarshan, a thorough gentleman that he is, is honouring that obligation and repaying the trust by making the movie 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa', which will be produced by T-Series, the company founded by Gulshan Kumar.

The film is a thriller-comedy starring Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Shiney Ahuja, Ameesha Patel, Paresh Rawal, Rajpal Yadav amongst others. The movie is slated for release on October 12 th '07.

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Pritam composes classical track for BHOOL BHULAIYAA

Composer Pritam, who is most known for his funky rhythmic tunes or the out and out rock compositions, has sprung a surprise.

In his soundtrack for Priyadarshan directed BHOOL BHULAIYAA, he has composed a number which is out and out Indian classical. Those who have seen the original of BHOOL BHULAIYAA would be aware about the fact that the story takes the viewer centuries back into the times of kings and their in-house dancers. For one such sequence in the film, this song 'Mere Dholna' has been created which has a classical base to it.

Rendered by Shreya Ghoshal, this 7 minutes track is completely uncharacteristic to the kind of music that one has heard of Pritam and brings on a different dimension altogether. 'Mere Dholna' is not the kind of number that holds much mass appeal due to it's classical flavor but should do well on screen since it has a kind of rhythm and arrangements that paves the way for an elaborate dance sequence

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A still from Bhool Bhulaiyaa



Director Priyadarshan [Images] and his favourites -- Akshay Kumar [Images] and Paresh Rawal are ready with their new offering, Bhool Bhulaiyaa.

This one's not an all-out comedy though. A remake of the 1993 Malayalam blockbuster, Manichitrathazhu -- also adapted in Tamil and Telugu as Chandramukhi -- Bhool Bhulaiyaa involves supernatural elements as well.

Co-starring Vidya Balan [Images], Shiney Ahuja [Images] and Amisha Patel [Images], the film has Pritam doing the score against Sameer's lyrics.

The album kickstarts on an infectious note with the super-peppy Bhool bhulaiyaa. Pritam takes a simple tune, spruces it up with funky rhythm and accent-heavy chorus, turning the title track into an immensely catchy, potential chartbuster. Bombay Vikings front man, Neeraj Sridhar infuses his brand of zest with a sensational rap delivery. It's bombastic remix by DJ Amyth is as captivating.

KK unveils sublime romance in the sensual euphony and honeyed pace of Labon Ko. What makes this ditty special is KK's straight-from-the-heart performance. The singer sounds refreshing and restrained. Everything about Labon Ko is stunning. Even the surreal remix by DJ Kiran, DJ G & Earl.

The novelty is short-lived. KK is back to swinging to pop music ways in his typically high-pitched style for the fast-paced Sajda. Upbeat in texture, old hat in content, Sajda is ho-hum at best. The usually reliable DJ Suketu's techno-treated version, however, sounds more off-tune than a remix.

Lets Rock Soniye sounds like a distant cousin of Fida's Aaja Ve Mahi lets do balle balle in flavour. The modern-day bhangra is the A to Z of trite when it comes to Sameer's beaten-to-death lyrics (Tujhe kaise main bataon, tujhe kitna main chahoon... Dastak anyone?). The beats, nevertheless, are sufficiently lively and further escalated by Shaan's zippy crooning. Liked it enough for a remix? You got it!

Tulsi Kumar, at her lackluster best, pursues the man of her dreams in Sakhiya. The track has a typically late 1980s feel to it, with its filmi fervour. Still, Sakhiya fails to excite owing to its lack of innovation or imagination.

Pritam turns uncharacteristically classical with Mere Dholna. And he does splendidly. Entrancing in melody and effortlessly free flowing, Dholna rouses the senses with its sheer drama. Awe-inspiring rendition from National award winning singer M G Shreekumar and Shreya Ghosal are especially note-worthy. The alaap towards the climax leaves a lasting impact.

The composer is back to his lilting, breezy, carefree routine with Allah Hafiz. Helmed by KK, the song with its 'Keep moving' philosophy is fun while it lasts.

In a nutshell, the soundtrack of Bhool Bhulaiyaa is truly enjoyable



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Eros to release Bhool Bhulaiyaa in Oct
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By Businessofcinema.com Team

6 September 2007, 10:19 PM
MUMBAI: Priyadarshan's upcoming film Bhool Bhulaiyaa will be released by Eros International worldwide on 12 October. This thriller-comedy features Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Shiney Ahuja, Paresh Rawal, Amisha Patel and Rajpal Yadav.


Bhool Bhulaiyaa tells the story of a young couple arriving at an ancestral mansion. Ignoring the protests of their superstitious uncle, they move into the mansion, where unusual and supernatural events begin to happen.



Eros International president – international Vijay Ahuja said, "After the huge worldwide success of Partner and Heyy Babyy, we are all geared up for Bhool Bhulaiyaa now. Summers are the ideal season for release of comedies and family movies. There's already a great buzz about Bhool Bhulaiyaa. Mysterious first-look, catchy music and royal special effects are making the audience anticipate the film with excitement. We are confident that this will be another smash hit from Priyadarshan."

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