The trend of remaking an old classic song in new movies is the bug that has bitten Bollywood filmmakers. Mostly every film has a song that’s a recreated version of an old track. The latest classic to be recreated by the film industry is Gali Gali for the dubbed version of southern blockbuster KGF. The original belongs to the 1989 blockbuster Tridev and was picturized on Sangeeta Bijlani. Composed by Tanishk Bagchi and sung Neha Kakkar, the latest track fails to impress us. The only good part about the song is the hook phrase that belongs to the original from the 80s.
The new version has Mouni Roy and she fails to recreate the magic of Bijlani. Roy is a good dancer, but the choreography is too technical and she doesn’t get the required oomph factor that a Hindi film heroine should have. The lead actor Yash joins her in the end of the song, but that too doesn’t really help as showing off his angry young man avatar even while dancing is just so irritating.
KGF is slated to hit the screens on December 21, 2018. It will be clashing with Shah Rukh Khan starrer Zero.