Ankhiyon Se Goli Mare: Remix of 90’s hit in Kartik Aaryan, Ananya Panday and Bhumi Pednekar Movie Pati Patni Aur Woh
Fashion of remixes continues with Ankhiyon Se Goli Mare, from the Kartik Aaryan, Ananya Panday and Bhumi Pednekar movie Pati Patni Aur Woh
Bhumi Pednekar shared the release of song Ankhiyon Se Goli Mare from her upcoming movie Pati Patni Aur Who. Bhumi shared the link of thesong and twitted “Baby baby hai hai goli maare #AnkhiyonSeGoliMare outnow: #PatiPatniAurWoh @TheAaryanKartik @ananyapandayy @[email protected] @junochopra @brstudiosllp @mikasingh @[email protected] #ShabbirAhmed @TheFarahKhan @TSeries.”
This time Mika Singh and Tulsi Kumar has got a chance to sing the new song. Song is composed by Tanishk Bagchi. Shabbir Ahmed has been accredited with the lyrics of the song.
Likewise the prior song from Pati Patni Aur Woh, Dheeme Dheeme, released on November 11, this too picturised with the trio – Kartik,Bhumi and Ananya. The song opens with the line Ankhiyon Se Goli Mare, sung in atune that’s simply different from the one in the Govinda and RaveenaTandon-starrer Dulhe Raja. And it almost makes you believe that this will notbe an outright remix, but a recreation.
The very next second you identify the familiar melody fromthe 1998 hit. And you immediately know that it’s going to go downhill fromthere. Kartik Aryan, Bhumi and Ananya, however, look stylish in the video. WhileBhumi and Ananya are dressed in chic lounge-wear, Kartik is seen sporting loudcolours – and even neon!
The song, however, isn’t all that bad. Bagchi’s recreation smartly falls back on the hook line from the 90s track, which adds a heavy nostalgia value and makes it that much more hummable.
Mika has given his special flavor to the song, that seems to always work with the audience. There is no rapping in the song as usual.
In totality, the song doesn’t seem to be a part of the narrative of the film, as both Kartik and Bhumi are dressed differently from their character posters and the trailer showed us. It clearly is either a promotional song, or the title track, or better still, a dream sequence, as Bollywood seems to always fall back on.