Ghajini Promo 3: Behka

About to head out, and the show for Yuvvraaj awaits late tonight, but before that, here's the third and coolest yet promo for Ghajini, releasing this Christmas. All posts related to the movie at this link.

I love this! The choreography (Ahmed Khan), styling (Arjun Bhasin, who also worked on Rang De Basanti (2006)), and looks (Avan Contractor, who also worked on Dil Chahta Hai (2001)) are all great. I'm also already bowled over by Asin. Three trailers will do that, right?!

Besides, it really reminds of Aamir Khan's Titan commercial (read about it and watch it here) from July, in which he says, "don't resemble your passport photo for more than three months...be born everyday". Apply the framework to a song, and we get one in which Aamir sports six looks. Sample these from this Mumbai Mirror piece:


The music (A. R. Rahman) is beautiful and youthful. Please release the soundtrack, guys! Here's the trailer:




PS: I promise more diverse content (read: posts on films other than those starring Aamir or Salman Khan) after this weekend. Hope I'm not boring you :)


13 comments:

memsaabstory said...

Aamir and Salman are not boring, and neither are you :-)

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Memsaab: Thank you :)

I've seen some good films over the last couple of weekends, just haven't had the chance to discuss them. I'll be trying to mix things up so Ghajini isn't all I talk about the next month (because that risk is very real, LOL). :)

Cheers!

bollywoodfoodclub said...

Adab! Boring nahin! Nice post.
Such a busy time with all the movies it's hard to find time to post.
All the best!
Sita-ji

The Bollywood Lover said...

It is good but not better than Guzaarish. But still, I like it. Can't wait for the movie, fingures crossed.

theBollywoodFan said...

Adab Sita-ji: Thanks for stopping by, and for your comment. It's been difficult this fall. Football's been competing for a lot of attention too, of course ;) Speaking of which, the Dolphins play their biggest game in about five years this Sunday, let's hope they win! (Memsaab: Sorry if you're not a Patriots fan :))


Hi Saurabh: It should be good. Asin's looking fab. And I wouldn't pick only one, I like them all!


Cheers!

starwin said...

thanks for ur comment on my blog...i am really looking forward for asin's entry in Bollywood. she is really sweet and cute. She is very impressive in the tamil version of Pokhiri. Having talked about Pokhiri, do you think salman khan will rock in its Hindi version, Wanted Dead or Alive?
thanks
http://bollywoodtrends.blogspot.com

Joss said...

Third trailer - now I'm interested. I wasn't too smitten with the first two, but this one looks stylish and original.

Amazing how eagerly-awaited is an Aamir film!Still more amazing is how he continues not to disappoint his fans, year after year, movie after movie. Likewise Rahman.

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Joss: Thank you for stopping by. I agree about how stylish this looks -- it's great to see Aamir this for a change (really Asin of course).

You're absolutely right about Aamir and Rahman being very fan friendly with their products! The quality they present is such a testament to their ability and drive to continue to entertain.

I'm particularly glad with A. R. Rahman this year (he'd taken some time out of Bollywood last year; his only soundtrack -- Guru -- won the Filmfare). This year, he's done it all -- a period film, a youth-oriented film, a family drama, a love story, and now an action flick. And each is so different from the rest, the only common element being excellence!

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Starwin: Asin is very very new to me, I haven't seen any movie with her, so I don't know anything about Pokhiri. Seems I should check it out?!

Joss said...

Which was the period film? I think I've heard all the others you allude to. And yes, they're all great.

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Joss! It was Jodhaa Akbar. The rest Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, Ada, and Yuvvraaj. Cheers!

Joss said...

Thanks! Yes, I've heard that one too. So I'm bang up-to-date with all of them. That makes it a pretty good year for ARR fans, and for me too.

theBollywoodFan said...

Sure, Joss. It's indeed been a fantastic year for us ARR fans! Let's hope he composes at least two next year. I think his upcoming film projects might include one starring Abhishek Bachchan, and another one with my favorite director Ashutosh Gowariker :)