The latest franchise of the “Baaghi” movie is “Baaghi 2” which is going to be released on March 30, 2018, directed by Ahmed Khan and starring Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani in leading roles. Baaghi 2 as compared to the earlier movie Baaghi will be a full-on action packed movie with some love and romance
In the movie, recently, we came to know about one “item song” of Jacqueline Fernandez which is a tribute to Madhuri Dixit’s “Ek Do Teen” song from the movie “Tezaab”. In this movie, Jacqueline will be dancing in this song which had been remade and remixed as this is becoming a new trend of the remake of old songs into newer versions.
In the movie “Tezaab” Madhuri Dixit had danced on the track “Ek Do Teen” which was being choreographed by Saroj Khan. The director of the movie was N Chandrawho during the 1970s to 80s, his movies like Ankush, Pratighat, Tezaab, andNarasimha roared like a lion at the box office. So, now the real problem arises is that N Chandra is in a state of shock after getting to know that the song “Ek Do Teen” from his movie “Tezaab” has been recreated. N Chandra is irate over the reworked version of his film’s popular song “Ek Do Teen”. He says it is crass and that there must be laws against such creative vandalism. He came to know about all this from the original song’s choreographer Saroj Khan who informed him of a new version, which has Jacqueline Fernandez stepping into Madhuri Dixit’s shoes.
N Chandra later said “I can’t believe they’ve done this to “Ek Do Teen”. It’s crass beyond imagination. And Jacqueline Fernandez doing Madhuri Dixit’s number? Give me a break! It’s like turning the Central Park into a botanical garden. Madhuri danced with such grace and innocence. This number is like a sex act.” “Anyone can do anything to your creation just because there are no laws to protect our property. I remember some years ago R D Burman’s “Dum Maro Dum” had been similarly vandalized.” Chandra is referring to Rohan Sippy’s “Dum Maro Dum” in which Deepika Padukone had done an item number singing the legendary Asha Bhosle number “Dum Maro Dum” from the film “Hare Rama Hare Krishna” with words like Unche se uncha banda, potty pe baithey nanga.
N Chandra feels that there should be strict laws against such creative vandalism. N Chandra also said that the original track’s choreographer Saroj Khan is also appalled by the recreation. “I met Sarojji at Sridevi‘s prayer meeting. It was there that Sarojji marched up to me and said, ‘Have you seen what they’re doing to our “Ek Do Teen”number?”
So now let’s see Friday Fans, whether there will be new archaic copyright law being made which allows such liberties to be taken. Will it make a definite end to the trending recreation of old movie songs into newer versions which many a time vandalizes its purity and essence.