Acclaimed film maker Vishal Bhardwaj’s movies are known to present on screen unconventional plots and goose bump musical tones. Just to remind Kaminey, Omkara, 7 Khoon Maaf and last one segment Haider are some of feathers to his cap and his work often dominates award ceremonies. Another big bang in pipeline is much awaited ‘Rangoon’ starring Vishal’s loved protagonist Shadid Kapoor, Saif Ali and Kangana Ranaut in lead roles. The trailer and music is already undoubtedly turning the talk of town. Soon the movie will hit the box-office on 24 Feb; SWG dives into the peak sneaks of movie to preview this upcoming the World War II love drama.
Well the first trailer has much indicated to the movie plot in the backdrop of World War II, showing – the combating army, flying machines bombarding and hitting, a 1940’s era, engrossing love story & passion amidst this all. Shahid Kapoor plays a soldier while Saif plays the British Army soldier. Kangana Ranaut is here the actress opposite Shahid Kapoor.
Looking at the goose bump trailer, the less than 4 minute trailer throws lot of curiosity to viewers- the life in severe world war II , the love and passion of life of a soldier whose life could any day end in the wake of duty and the deception by whom to whom. The music, intense and peppered dialogues are absolutely implying of Vishal Bhardwaj’s typical style. Looking at the visual appeals, unconventional plot and mood making songs, it’s a movie that’s luring every guy to witness Love, War & Deception.
The music of the movie has already broken out and going deeper into listeners’ nerves. Each of 12 songs, composed by Bollywood’s veteran Gulzaar, have deep meaning and seemingly supporting the theme and background of the movie. The makers were always abuzz about taking up and zeroing down on the actress to fit into the plot and theme. Well, film fraternity picked up versatile and unlike Kangana Ranaut. The three of the songs have been filmed on Kangana Ranaut, which obviously has to justify Kananga’s presence in the movie. The peppy track ‘Bloody Hell’, sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, has already made listeners to tap on their feet on floor for its freakish lyrics that seem to fit perfectly modern day taste and pre independence era.
Another one Mere ‘Piya Gaye England’ with a little twist as everybody heard yester ‘Piya Gaye Rangoon’ in the folk appealing voice of Rekha Bhardwaj is an another swagger but frankly that’s not too impressive. Other tracks fitting 1940’s era being ‘Julia’, ‘Fall in Love Again’, ‘Yeh Ishq Hai’ and ‘Shimmy Shake’ etc.
Another story rushing out of recently held event is when 35 year actor told media about his father Pankaj Kapoor’s reaction after watching the film screening, ‘I couldn’t recognize my son in the movie ; I just now see Nawab Malik’, such was his father words that made Shahid emotional for his unbiased comments and praise. Well the verdict by the viewers and critics is yet to arrive when the movie hits the silver screen on coming Friday 24 Feb.
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