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Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag (2007)



Movie Information

Movie Name :   Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag
Year of Release :   2007
Release Date :   31 August 2007
Genre :   Action, Drama
Presenter :   RGV Film Company
Producer :   Ram Gopal Varma
Executive Producer :   Prabhuraj
Director :   Ram Gopal Varma
Cast :   Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgan, Sushmita Sen, Urmila Matondkar, Mohanlal, Suniel Shetty, Rajpal Yadav, Nisha Kothari, Prashant Raj, Gaurav Kapur, Sushant Singh, Abhishek Bachchan, Suchitra Krishnamurthy, Sachin, Virendra Saxena, Rasika Joshi, Sanjay Narvekar, Zakir Hussain, Ravi Kale, J. D. Chakravorty
Music Director :   Bappi Lahiri, Ganesh Hegde, Amar Mohile, Prasanna Shekhar, Nitin Raikwar
Lyricist :   Sajid Farhad, Nitin Raikwar, Shabbir Ahmed
Story Writer :   Salim Khan, Ram Gopal Varma
Dialogue Writer :   Sajid Farhad
Screenplay Writer :   Ram Gopal Varma
Editor :   Amit Parmar, Nipun Gupta
Art Director :   Tina Dharamsey
Action Director :   Pradyumna
Costume Designer :   Manish Malhotra, Neeta Lulla, Raghuveer Shetty
Background Sound :   Amar Mohile
Choreographer :   Ganesh Hegde, Shabina Khan
Playback Singer :   Sukhwinder Singh, Sunidhi Chauhan
Publicity Designer :   Marching Ants
Photographer :   Amit Roy

Synopsis :  
In the dark underbelly of Mumbai City a nihilistic new leader has risen to rule the field underworld. His name is Babban. Cruel beyond imagination, psychotically violent and far more devious than any gangster the city has ever known. Nobody has ever seen him and if they did, they didn’t survive to tell the tale. But one man believed in his existence. And that is inspector Narshimha, an encounter specialist who has a single-minded determination to finish Babban.

Hats off to “Panchamda”! The legacy of SHOLAY still lives on and so does the geniality of his immortal melodies. RGV KI AAG can be faithful tribute to this landmark flick but cannot be any sort of comparison with the splendor and genius of R D Burman’s indomitable work.

Ganesh Hedge saviors and anchors the album with the most scintillating and strikingly commercial soundtrack as he pulverizes R D Burman’s archetypical rhythmical patterns with fine blend of brazen hip-hop and snazzy electronic sounds in “Mehbooba”. Sunidhi Chauhan croons as Sukhwinder Singh goes full throttle in adding spark and fire into it. Shabbir Ahmed’s innovative lyrical capabilities catalyzes the intimidating and horrifying semblance of brawny “don” swaying to the body-gyrating moves of the seductress with affable wording and phrasing. The infusion of Panchamda’s everlasting daunting signature tune into rehashed harmonic setting is the prize winning factor while both vocalists along with great Amitabh Bachchan deliver the needful to make it sure-shot chartbuster. “Mehbooba (remix)” pulsates, sensationalizes and rocks senses and comes with strikingly effervescently animated disco fillers that form flaring chemistry with Panchamda’s vintage hip-gyrating tunes with effective vociferous binge of all leading vocalists. DJ A Myth gives it a flashy outlook that will be enchant party animals and will be hip-shaking delight for party freaks.

The flagrantly roguish “Koi Haseena” (SHOLAY) is brutally battered as the innovation of rehashing this lovable track into different musical mold goes wrecked in poorly composed “Ruk Ja”. Harsh and gruffly Vinod Rathod can be no match to Kishoreda versatile genius and Amar Mohile’s daunting (read irritating) music is no way equivalent to Panchamda’s ebullience. Sajid-Farhad’s crassly delivered lyrical quality is at its lowest while Sunidhi matches step-to-step with her callous and crude voice in making this an avoidable affair. Skip it!

The post-mortem continues as now joyfully festive “Holi ke Din” (SHOLAY) faces the dearth of mediocrity with volubly insensitive vocals, shoddy arrangements with slipshod lyrical work in chaotically rendered “Holi”. Sharim Momim’s weird lyrical work fails to evoke festive sentiments with some insensate writings and with haywire vocals it even sounds messier. Prasanna Shekhar’s chaotic orchestration is feebly coordinated by the lifeless vocal display of Farhad Bhiwandiwala, Ravindra Upadhyaye, Shreya Ghoshal, Shweta Pandit with Sudesh Bhosle getting into “Gabbar” act for Big B. It will last long till the flick stays in

Ram Gopal Varma ki
Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag is a remake of India's biggest hit, the 1975 film Sholay 2007. This film was previously known as Ram Gopal Varma Ke Sholay but due to Sippy's infringement of trademark and copyright, the Delhi High Court ordered the name change
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