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Cinema Marte Dum Tak Title Track: Pseudo Saiyaan is a fun and quirky nostalgic song

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Cinema Marte Dum Tak Title Track: Pseudo Saiyaan is a fun and quirky nostalgic song

Rakhi Sawant in Cinema Marte Dum Tak

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Last Updated: 10.18 AM, Jan 21, 2023

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Cinema Marte Dum Tak is the latest docu-series that takes the audience a behind-the-scenes look at the golden age of 'B-movies.' Soon after the release of the show on OTT, the makers unveiled a quirky title track named Pseudo Saiyaan.

Crooned by Sneha Khanwalkar and Shailaja Mishra, the fun and quirky track is composed and penned by Sneha Khanwalkar and Vayu respectively.

The video song begins with Rakhi Sawant's weird actions and showcases how the actresses used to act in B-grade movies during the 70s and 80s. The montage also takes us in the nostalgic lane by displaying a few images and sequences from the pulp films like Veerana. 

Watch the song here:

Talking about the quirky lyrics, Vayu shared in a recent statement that he was excited to pen the title track of Cinema Marte Dum Tak and wanted to create something catchy and addictive while highlighting the essence and element of pulp cinema. 

He further added that composer Khanwalkar has done a terrific job with the foot-tapping music that plays perfectly with the lyrics that have been written by him. He also mentioned that Pseudo Saiyaan will definitely find the song peppy and captivating.

"I think it is a great track that Sneha has come up with. I had been wanting to collaborate with Sneha for such a long time now!" shared the show's creator.

Created by maverick filmmaker Vasan Bala, the sex-episodic series is produced by Vice Studios. Meanwhile, Amazon Original series is directed by the 90s well-known directors such as J Neelam, Vinod Talwar, Dilip Gulati, and Kishan Shah 

Cinema Marte Dum Tak, which has multiple cameos of Bollywood actors such as Arjun Kapoor and Rakhi Sawant, is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video now.

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