Hum Hain Tum Par Atke Music review
T-Series’ Aneez Bazmee directed PAGALPANTI commences promotional proceedings with their recreated version of ‘Hum Hain Tum Par Atke’ by Tanishk Bagchi, (lyrics Shabbir Ahmed) and rendered by Mika Singh and Neha Kakkar.
Not only it’s a remixed version of Salman’s ‘Tum Par Hum Hain Atke’(PYAR KIYA TO DARNA KYA) but it’s a potpourri of two famous tunes (in snatches) borrowed from the trademark title track of MUJHSE SHAADI KAROGI and ‘Aankh Maare’.
Featuring John Abraham, looking super handsome in blue denim, jacket, and goggles, and like Salman in a white vest with Ileana D-Cruz too looking ravishing in flowing gowns and lovely dresses. The visuals are eye appealing and the locations keep shifting from the ‘pagodas’ of Bangkok (Thailand) to London’s Tower Bridge (becoming an eye sore now!).
Bimar Dil Music review
T-Series’ and Kumar Mangat Pathak’s Aneez Bazmee directed PAGALPANTI’s ‘Bimar Dil’ is a refurbished version of Sunny-Sridevi classic number, ‘Tera Bimar Mera Dil’ (CHAALBAAZ, music Laxmikant-Pyarelal, lyrics Anand Bakshi).
Once again it's Tanishk Bagchi who converts the fun, prepositioning, endearing classic into a weird, horror comic type dance number, rendered by Asees Kaur and Jubin Nautiyal which features all the main leads.
Urvashi Rautela looks a sizzling hot witch dressed in all red and black gown as she haunts all while John, Arshad, Pulkit and girls Kriti and Ileana too look good in their horror show get-ups.