It’s about time Karan Johar learns that all that glitters is not gold. His last release Kalank has turned out to be a monstrous flop and it seems that he will be repeating the same blunder with Student Of The Year 2.
The second track of SOTY 2 was released today and we are disappointed. The song is a good to look at but all good things come to an end there. The song is boring and fails to strike a chord.
Tiger Shroff is good but his leading ladies, Tara Sutaria and Ananya Panday have two left feet. The newbies can’t dance sala! It seems that the actresses and the makers banked more on their itsy-bitsy blouses and ghagras with thigh-high slits than their dancing skills.
The song itself is quite disappointing especially if one compares it to Student Of The Year’s Radha. Vishal and Shekhar have composed the music and their laziness reflects in this lackluster number. Dev Negi, Payal Dev and Vishal have crooned the song, while Vayu has written the cheesy lyrics. Remo D’Souza has choreographed the song.
Talking about Mumbai Dilli Di Kudiya, director Punit Malhotra had said, “The previous film had Dafli Waley, we have Yeh Jawaani. They had Radha Teri Chunri, we have Mumbai Dilli Di Kudiya. Of course, the music of the films are in tune with their respective stories, but this song is in that space. It’s a young sangeet number. Tiger is a great dancer, and he gives every performance his all. So, we had to up the ante as far as the dance is concerned. The songs of the original film really worked. So, yes, the pressure to recreate that magic is there. But we had so much fun shooting this film, and I feel that it shows and translates on screen.”
SOTY 2 film is a sequel to KJo’s Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra starrer Student Of The Year and will release on May 10.
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