Ghajini: Promos 5 (theatrical) and 4 (Aye Bachchu)

Promo 5: My favorite promo so far, also revealing the most of Jiah Khan yet. This is intense! Here are all posts on the upcoming film.


Promo 4: This is a great song promo, and Asin continues to amaze. Featuring the song Aye Bachchu; it seems to be really well choreographed! Here's a post dedicated to the song.


Aamir Khan was on Sa Re Ga Ma Pa recently. This brief video is such a celebration. We had just mentioned Aditya Narayan when discussing Rangeela (1994) in this post. The songs are all neat -- I'm particularly surprised at how easily he plays drums at the end, to a beautiful song!

16 comments:

Emily said...

Oh! Asin will be in this song. That's very unpredictable. O_o
This is really interesting. Aamir is really good at surprising people. XD
And this video is a far cry from her old item song in Ghajini (I can't help comparing the Tamil Ghajini to the Hindi one).

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Emily, and thank you for the insight! It had to be one of two anyway, so the odds were in her favor :) I really like how this is shaping up, these songs should offer welcome relief during the otherwise intense film (it seems, from the trailers), was that how the Tamil Ghajini was as far as the flow is concerned?

Cheers!

Darshit said...

this is so fast. Where is Jiah??

Nida said...

I can't wait to see this!!!

Darshit said...

Oh there, sorry. Actually i seen your this post first from my workplace. Where, youtube is blocked.
Now i've seen the promo. It looks awesome. awesome. awesome.

theBollywoodFan said...

Nida: thank you for stopping by. It should be quite the thriller! I can't wait too!

Darshit: No worries, dude. Awesome indeed! Fingers crossed for a good one.

Shahid said...

Aamir is as always looking like he is the character :)

In the tamil version surya's name was sanjay ramaswamy,here it is sanjay singhania :D

I hav made this quote for aamir.!!

With Some Actors The Star Overpowers The Character.!

With Aamir Khan The Character Overpowers The Star :) Love Ya Aamir.!!

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Shahid: Nice quote! It's very true, and has been for a long, long time. Do you remember his character in Rangeela? That was something else!

Thank you for the insight on the Tamil Ghajini. I'll try seeing it on December 26! :)

Anonymous said...

That episode of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa was absolutely fantastic!

He is such a talented actor, producer, director, and even singer and drummer (lol). On top of that, he is just so kind and caring!

Btw, that performance by Debojit was AMAZING! I have no words!

Anonymous said...

How much time do u spend writing for ths blog?

theBollywoodFan said...

Hi Anonymous: Glad you enjoyed the video. I didn't know about Aamir's abilities as a drummer until this! All the singing contests are so full of talent, it's amazing, right?! Cheers! And thank you for your comment. :)

theBollywoodFan said...

Anonymous [2]: I don't think there's any average, really. As long as I can make time, am enjoying the writing, and am learning from it, it all works for me :)

salek said...

Wow, both trailers are really nice. Maybe it's just me but doesn't Asin remind you of Eva Longoria in that 'Aye Bachchu' promo? I was discussing Ghajini with a Tamil friend and she shared one of the songs with me. Trust me, Asin looks much better in the Hindi version of Ghajini than in the Tamil one.

theBollywoodFan said...

You're not the only one who is reminded of Eva! I get the feeling those who have seen the Tamil Ghajini are more confident than I am that Aamir's Ghajini will be great, LOL. Asin's looking fab, and I think Jiah Khan will too (in more nerdy ways!).

The Bollywood Lover said...

There's a sad news, Ghajini has been banned to release! :(

theBollywoodFan said...

Officially, I think it's only been stayed for release in Tamil Nadu. This one is going to be interesting. I hope it's sorted out on Wednesday (have a feeling it will), because it would certainly be a major loss to fans of cinema, period. Again, the target (money) is obvious, and the timing (to maximize the size of the jackpot) is even more obvious.

I've grown used to Aamir films being the target of above average scrutiny -- Mangal Pandey, Rang De Basanti, Fanaa, Taare Zameen Par, each has had its issues. When it's not political, it's legal. It's the intangible price one pays for being on top :)

Whatever the case, I hope it's all sorted out soon!

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