Rohit Shetty and gang are back with a bang this festive season as the fourth film of ‘Golmaal’ franchise, ‘Golmaal Again’, is set to hit the theatres soon. Ever since the shooting hit off earlier this year, the movie has been much anticipated by the comic fans who are waiting for yet another flick in the franchise. The new movie features two new hosts in Parineeti Chopra and Tabu alongside the old school lot of Shreyas Talpade, Ajay Devgan, Arshad Warsi and Kunal Khemu.
The first song from the film was launched on Saturday, a day after its trailer was released on YouTube. Golmaal Again title track featuring the seven stars has already garnered almost 1 lakh views in less than 3 hours.
Golmaal title track this time around is more colourful and peppy. It’s almost an upgraded version of the old title track from Golmaal Fun Unlimited (2006) but with added festivity, colours and some new faces.
The song starts with bright cars spinning around, a reflection that it’s a number from Rohit Shetty’s project. The director’s films are not complete without those astonishing cars which his stars can be seen playing with. From Golmaal to Singham to Chennai Express, Rohit has kept thrashing beautiful cars in his flicks.
Tabu who is a new addition to the orthodox Golmaal cast, looks stunning with her black sunglasses adding to her gorgeousness. The 45-year-old can be easily mistaken for her age. If there is anything to go by the movie’s trailer that came a day before the song, Tabu seems to be donning the role of a paranormal expert who is a family member of Parineeti.
Parineeti Chopra is glamorous in her role and can be seen playing a similar character of what Kareena played in Golmaal 3. A friend to all but most certainly a lover to none. As expected Parineeti too announces herself in a swinging car with balloons and glitters all around.
More cars and more actors show up, as Ajay Devgan finally marks entry in his unconventional positioning on two car handles.
The song also reminds of the original Golmaal track from 11 years back with similar dance moves from all the stars except Tabu. Tabu misses out on the rest of the song after a dashing entry.
The song is sung by Brijesh Shandilya and Aditi Singh Sharma, is composed by S Thaman and written by Kumaar.
The tunes are sure to take you back to when it all started, and make you miss Sharman Joshi, the original Laxman.
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