Tanishk Bagchi has reworked on the music for India's version of Ali Zafar's Jhoom
Jhoom is one song that got Ali Zafar into limelight and it has been a classic since almost a decade now. While there are many versions of the song, one being in Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2 as well, Vidyut Jammwal and Nora Fatehi’s Crakk version definitely takes the cake. Crooned by Vishal Mishra and Shreya Ghoshal, this one is no less than a masterpiece. The new lyrics are re-written by Gurpreet Saini and Tanishk Bagchi gives the music a recreated version.
Visually appealing too
The song has everything – from Nora looking stunning from the first scene to her and Vidyut’s chemistry throughout – there is no stone left unturned for this version of Dil Jhoom. A rugged Vidyut and a soft Nora is one chemistry that you did not see coming but needed. The concept has changed from Ali’s for sure, though. This time, Vidyut and Nora are actually a couple and do all couple things (everything that Harrdy Sandhu said Naah to, is all a yes here).
In case you were expecting Nora to pull off some tough dance moves, that is not really happening here. However, her synchronization with Vidyut works well. The two end up looking cute together, despite the unusual chemistry, courtesy Raju Khan’s steps and their expressions.
Crakk is Vidyut’s second production film after IB-71. The film is written and directed by Commando 3 helmer Aditya Datt. It is touted to be the first ever extreme sports action film in India. Crakk was initially supposed to star Jacqueline Fernandez but owing to a legal dispute, Nora stepped in her shoes. The movie, which wrapped up on December 18, also stars Arjun Rampal and Amy Jackson. It is scheduled to release in theatres on February 23.