Posts Tagged ‘Music’

Atif Aslam the most famous Pakistani singer is heading towards more success. As you know that Atif has stepped into the bollywood due to his melodious voice and sung an OST for Race that was “Pehli nazar main”. There are various other tracks by Atif Aslam in certain movies like “Prince” and the songs like “Tera Hony Laga hun” and “Tu Mohabbat hai” were big hits.

Now Atif Aslam is going to record atleast two songs for the upcoming Indian movie “Race 2”. Bollywood’s music director Pritam along with Atif Aslam moved to Turkey.

There is written on the official page of tips film

“Breaking News! The music director of ‘Race 2? – Pritam is headed to Turkey to record with Atif Aslam! Now tell us how many songs you think Atif will sing on the soundtrack for ‘Race 2??”

It is not just an end; hopefully Atif will give his appearance in some songs of “Race 2.” So just wait for the release of the movie “Race 2.” The race between Saif, Bipasha and Kareena.

Music composer Pritam Chakraborty has been ‘inspired’ by many international songs while composing tunes for Hindi films. And finally, the composer has the official remake right of Boney M’s chartbuster Rasputin.

Producers Illuminati Films and Eros International have decided to add the famous tune to their upcoming venture Agent Vinod. the song titled I’ll Do The Talking has been sung by Neeraj Shridhar and Aditi Singh Sharma.

Speaking to Mumbai Mirror about this latest addition to his Agent Vinod soundtrack, Pritam revealed, “We have taken the rights of Boney M’s Rasputin. However, our song is based more on the Serbian folk song Ruse Kose Curo Imas. Even Rasputin draws inspiration from this song. A Turkish folk song Uskudar’a Gider Iken also has the same melody. Famous Bengali poet Kazi Nazrul Islam’s song Shukno Paatar Noopur Paaye is also based on this folk tune.”

Interestingly, the song Rasputin had inspired a very famous Shah Rukh Khan number earlier. The song, Sachchi Yeh Kahaani Hai about the life of a goon in Kundan Shah’s 1993 film Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa was sung in a nightclub.

In Agent Vinod too, the Rasputin rendition will be part of a nightclub sequence. “In the movie, Agent Vinod goes for a investigation to a nightclub in Moscow. This song would be playing there. We decided that the song should have an universal appeal,” informed the music composer.

When contacted, Shridhar Subramaniam, the President of India and Middle East, Sony Music, said, “The song Rasputin by legendary band Boney M has been an all time favourite. We are delighted that this song will now get a fresh lease of life. This Indian adaptation will now be a part of the much-awaited Agent Vinod. We are confident that this adaptation will top the charts just like the original did.”

The lyrics of the song penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya interestingly, has striking similarities to the evergreen hit Dum Maaro Dum. For example, a line goes: Kash Maar Ke Uda de Zindagi Ke Saare Gham. Only composers don’t draw inspiration, now do they?