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Gangs Of Wasseypur song News

  • | August 6th, 2012

    ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 2’ pays an ode to the Electric Lover!

    ‘Gangs of Wasseypur 2’ pays an ode to the Electric Lover!

    If you though falling in love was cake walk, the song from Anurag Kashyap’s movie shows you how wrong you were!
    Being a lover is not easy. And being a lover who is thinner than the electric wire is the worst state you could be in, suggests this song from Gangs Of Wasseypur II. Click here to read more

  • | August 6th, 2012

    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR 2 song: Coal bazaari

    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR 2 song: Coal bazaari

    Watch Nawazuddin Siddiqui take over Wasseypur in this punny number from Anurag Kashyap’s gangster flick
    The second part of Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs Of Wasseypur will be out in the theatres early next month, and those who liked the first half are waiting for it. Click here to read more

  • | June 27th, 2012

    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR music review: Rooted, quirky and brilliant!

    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR music review: Rooted, quirky and brilliant!

    Music: Sneha Khanvalkar
    Lyrics: Varun Grover and Piyush Mishra
    Rating: ****
    Sneha Khanvalkar experiments with local folk singers – they croon to a reggae-style number, mouth folk lyrics to techno beats and blabber incomprehensible sounds – to come up with India’s most authentic and best fusion album of our times
    Most of the tracks in the 14-song soundtrack of Gangs Of Wasseypur are sung by local artistes from UP, Bihar and Bengal. Click here to read more

  • | June 20th, 2012

    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR’s ‘Womaniya’: Bite him!

    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR’s ‘Womaniya’: Bite him!

    Did Anurag Kashyap’s film make the right impression at the Cannes Film Festival?
    We were listening to this song just the other day and couldn’t help but wonder – did the jury at the Cannes Film Festival 2012 really understand what was being sung? Or did they think we actually believe a lady is a ‘womaniya’ and not a ‘woman’? With all the biting going on in the song, we won’t be surprised if the jury got an unintentionally hilarious impression. Yes, we know the film was screened with subtitles, but it is really tough to understand womaniya in Hindi, leave alone to translate it in a western language. We know, ’cause we tried it and had to give up midway. Here’s what we could do: Click here to read more