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Catch Cheat India’s song – Dil Mein Ho Tum recreating the beauty of Kishore da song

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The makers of Cheat India are back, and this time they have embarked with a new song called Dil Mein Ho Tum. After coming out with a trailer, the makers now have come up with this reprise song, which originally belongs to Kishore Kumar. The song features Emraan Hashmi and Shreya Dhanwanthary in it while beautifully recreating it which was originally sung by Kishore Kumar. This is the second track of the film and is composed by Bappi Lahiri along with Rochak Kohli. The song showcases the romance of the lead actors.

The song has given a complete appearance to the lady in the song, and it will create a good amount of buzz for the actress in the media. The song is sung by Armaan Mali, while it can be a decent addition to the playlist of Cheat India. After all the romantic songs in any film, the album is always a decent addition. The song is from the film Satyamev Jayate, and it was sung by Kishore Kumar and the music was given by Bappi Lahiri. The makers took it over the Microblogging site called Twitter by Arman Malik. He said this song has been his favourite since his childhood.

He wrote that he is humbled to be chosen to sing this reprise. The music video essentially gives the real treasure to the eyes and the ears with the beauty of the song that it carries. The film is releasing next year, and it deals with the corruption found in the field of Education. It deals with giving fake degrees and similar malpractices found in the Indian educational system. If you are yet to catch this song, have a look at it as under and do comment about the same. And yes do stay tuned to us till we bring out the best out of it as under:

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Sonakshi Sinha Spill the Beans about Dabangg 3

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The B Town actress Sonakshi Sinha has come a long way in B Town. She started her journey in Bollywood with the Salman Khan starrer movie – Dabangg in the year 2010. She then went in the second part as well called the Dabangg 2 in 2012. Since it was no looking back for her. Now, we hear about the third part being rolled out by the makers in the industry. When asked about the film and her role, she said that it was a homecoming venture for her as she has done her debut with this famous franchise opposite Salman Khan. She was talking about to the media while being present in the success party of the film Badhaai Ho. The makers have thrown a success party for their movie and had called many stars including her in the same.

She said that she is very much excited about her film and it is all set to hit the floors soon. Sonakshi Sinha had worked opposite Arjun Kapoor in the film Tevar who is also the director of Badhaai Ho. So, she shares a good rapport with the director who had called her as well for the success party. She said it was his first film as a director hence has remained special for the director. She also said he remains as her favourite directors in Bollywood. When asked that the small films with a low budget are also getting a good response, she said that script matters a lot and budget is secondary. She then said even small budget films with a good script can do well at the box office.

The franchise Dabangg has now reached to the third edition. It is produced by Salman Khan’s brother Arbaaz Khan. Both Salman Khan and Sonakshi Sinha have remained the key part of the film and have been shown husband and wife in it. They have similar roles to play, while Salman Khan is the fierce policeman called Chulbul Pandey and fondly called as Robinhood Pandey based in UP city. Both the films have done well earlier and now with Dabangg 3, which is directed by Prabhudheva is repeat the same aura at the box office. Earlier two movies had Vinod Khanna playing the role of Salman’s father in it, but with his absence in this world, the makers have to find his replacement.

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Rifleman starring Sushant Singh Rajput’s is in the Legal Trouble

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As the actor Sushant Singh Rajput celebrates his big day today, we also hear a news that his upcoming movie Rifleman seems to have gone into a legal trouble. The makers of the film 72 Hours: Martyr Who Never Died claimed that they have the original rights of the movie and they have the plans to make a film on the life of rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat. The director while talking to the media in Mumbai informed the same. The film is produced by Prashil Rawat who also present with his lawyer Mr. Nagesh Mishra at the press conference. The film’s producer Prashil Rawat, and lawyer Nagesh Mishra were also present in the press briefing.

We saw Sushant Singh Rajput announcing about his film on 15th Jan 2019, which is also celebrate as Army Day. He announced with his Twitter handle informing that he has become the part of the said movie. We now hear that the makers of this film as announced by Sushant Singh Rajput called Abundantia Entertainment has now sent out a legal notice to the people calling the press conference (the makers of 72 Hours) stating that they cannot release the film as the original rights are with them.

It seems that both the parties are not willing to give up and taking this issue to the next level. Dhayani said that in his entire career of 15 years he has never treaded any false path and said that if the people from Abundantia Entertainment would add pressure on them to ask them to bow down to them, then they are wrong. He also slammed the MS Dhoni actor for not checking the facts and taking up the film. He said that they are planning to knock the doors of court and settle down the issue once for all. Thus legal tussles remain the part and parcel of the game, let’s see how things would move, but at the moment things are not under control. Do comment about the same and let us know what do you feel about the same.

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Bombairiya 1st Weekend Box Office Collection

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It was a busy Friday for the B Town as we were able to find too many movies coming on the same day. There were three movies that were seen releasing on the same day that includes Bombairiya. The film was a comedy-drama genre movie having Radhika Apte and Aditya Roy Kapur in the lead roles. The film bagged mixed reviews and had barely was able to create any pre-release buzz in the media. With mere 1.2 crores on the first day, the film continued to get a similar collection on the second and third day as well. The total collection was in a bad shape that kept the audience to score more at the box office. The collection for Saturday and Sunday went on to score around 1.25 Cr and 1.5 Cr respectively.

So, the first-weekend box office collection went to score 3.95 Crores on the first weekend. Perhaps such films do not stand well at the box office as the audience do not just enjoy films with such a theme. Comedy with confusion and lots of drama has proved boring to many now, hence to attract the audience for such films is a big deal to crack. Also, the star value of the film has been low with no big star involved in it, which is again the key reason to see the film’s collection. Also, the film Why Cheap India to posed a bit of competition for it despite not doing well at the box office.

Besides, Arshad Warsi film releasing the same day also gave options before the audience to choose. It was bad weekend for most of the films releasing this Friday. It is really difficult for the makers of all the films to attract with low promotion and low word of mouth buzz in the media. This will continue and will not give much credit to the audience. Now, with such a pace, the film Bombairiya is likely to get a lift during the weekdays. Let’s see how things would move, but at the moment the collection is dull and mundane and has not much to do at the box office.

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