Catch Kaabil song Kisi Se Pyaar Ho Jaye featuring Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam’s lovely chemistry amidst the cool recreation of the old classic

The reprise of the old time favorite is as cool as the original is

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Here comes the first recreation of the 2017 season in B Town wherein we find the music composers are relying over the golden past to bring out new and interesting versions of our all time favorite songs for the younger generation. We just got through new Humma Humma song from OK Jaanu, which seems to be getting a cool popularity among the youth, even though it also received flak for the rap portions, which people feel, were fairly an unnecessary addition.

Then you have a song from Raees – Laila Mai Laila featuring the stunning Sunny Leone in it in the SRK showcasing the songs of the eighties and finally comes Dil Kya Kare from yesteryear Julie that is going to appear in Hrithik Roshan’s vendetta drama Kaabil with the recreated Kisi Se Pyaar Ho Jaye. Now we already know that Kaabil‘s soundtrack already has an another recreated song in Haseeno Ka Deewana, a special dance number picturised on a sultry Urvashi Rautela. If that was for the frontbenchers, Kisi Se Pyaar Ho Jaye is for the romantics.

The new song is simply brilliant unlike the original, even though the Julie song was composed by Rajesh Roshan, who is also the composer for Kaabil – that’s quite blasphemous. However, the recreation is not bad at all, as the new song retains the essence of romance from the original, with no rap per se. It also helps that the brilliant Jubin Nautiyal is singing this one, and though again we are not comparing with the legend Kishore Kumar, he is simply great in his own space with his mellifluous voice. Then of course there is the fantastic chemistry between the lead pair, Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam. Thrown in some waltz moves, and voila, the romantic song of the season is here, how about catching it, which is recreated by Gourov – Roshin with new lyrics written by Kumaar.

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