Indu Sarkar song Dilli Ki Raat: Bappi Lahiri takes us back to retro Bollywood and RD Burman. Watch video


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Published:July 14, 2017 7:40 pm

Indu Sarkar song Dilli Ki Raat: The song which released today is a perfect reminder of not just the political crisis that the nation faced then, but even the classic Bollywood. Bappi Lahiri’s track is a major throwback to the retro tracks that were the pride of the glorious 70s when music maestros like R.D Burman and Laxmi Kant Pyaare Laal ruled the scene. “I wanted the music to be in sync with the story and do justice to the era, the film is set in.  
“Dilli Ki Raat” has a charm of it’s own. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd But how far will it gel with the serious subject of the film? The movie’s new song “Dilli Ki Raat” which released today is a perfect reminder of not just the political crisis that the nation faced then, but even the classic Bollywood, as we see grim glimpses of actors Kirti Kulhari, Tota Roy Chaudhary, Anupam Kher and Neil Nitin Mukesh. Indu Sarkar is presented by Bharat Shah and produced by Mega Bollywood and Bhandarkar Entertainment. Featuring Bappi Lahiri, the video also has Miss India Tourism, Ishika Taneja grooving to the beats of its retro track. The film is slated to release on 28th July. I am a big fan of Pancham Da and in a way this song is also an attempt to pay a small tribute to him from a music lover. It is foot tapping and energetic, something that you would want to store in your playlist. Related News
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