Hindi News

Vishal Bharadwaj adds live orchestra in 'Rangoon'

This gives much precision to the feel of the songs.

Published: 26th January 2017 11:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th January 2017 11:33 AM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Vishal Bharadwaj is leaving no stone unturned in making 'Rangoon' look as realistic a film as possible. 

The song 'Bloody Hell,' featuring the feisty Kangana Ranaut riding a horse and vivaciously dancing, is creating waves already. 

It is interesting to note that Bhardwaj has taken realism a notch higher. 

Instead of getting junior artists to perform in the song as musicians, he has got the actual live orchestra to feature in not just 'Bloody Hell,' but throughout the film. This gives much precision to the look and feel of the songs.

In fact, 'Bloody Hell' features Sunidhi Chauhan, singing the song, and Kangana lip syncing to it.
'Rangoon,' a Casablanca-like love story, set against the backdrop of World War II, highlights the equation of the protagonists Saif Ali Khan, Kangana Ranaut and Shahid Kapoor. 

The trailer has generated a lot of curiosity among the audience, crossing 13 million views on YouTube.

This period drama is all set to hit the theaters on February 24, 2017.

Stay up to date on all the latest Entertainment Hindi news with The New Indian Express App. Download now
Get the news that matters from New Indian Express on WhatsApp. Click this link and hit 'Click to Subscribe'. Follow the instructions after that.


Disclaimer : We respect your thoughts and views! But we need to be judicious while moderating your comments. All the comments will be moderated by the newindianexpress.com editorial. Abstain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks. Try to avoid outside hyperlinks inside the comment. Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines.

The views expressed in comments published on newindianexpress.com are those of the comment writers alone. They do not represent the views or opinions of newindianexpress.com or its staff, nor do they represent the views or opinions of The New Indian Express Group, or any entity of, or affiliated with, The New Indian Express Group. newindianexpress.com reserves the right to take any or all comments down at any time.