Is music enough to make a movie superhit? Have a look at these 5 movies and decide for yourselves...
We are seven months into 2015. All these months have been good for films as we have seen some of the biggest blockbusters ever. However, there have been instances when some really hyped movies couldn't do well at the box office. But in all these instances we have clearly noticed that their music has done superbly. Yes, you read that right. The music industry has boomed a lot in these past months. From Arijit Singh to Ankit Tiwari and from Jeet Gannguli to Pritam all musicians have done superbly in these past six months. Sadly, not many of those hit albums could make the movies superhits. Here's taking a look....
It's impossible that you did't dance to the song Superman salman ka fan at your new year parties. The song became a rage among fans and people were going crazy about it. Not just Salman Khan fans, but in general everyone. With so much appreciation for the music, this Arjun Kapoor-Sonakshi Sinha starrer didn't do that well at the box office as expected.
Bhatt camp's films somehow manages to bring forward some of the most memorable songs. With this Ali Fazal-Sapna Pabbi-Gurmeet Choudhary movie, the Bhatt family gave us songs like Baatein yeh kabhi na and Khamoshiyan title track, which generations would remember as some of the best soft romantic tracks. Sadly for the Bhatts the success of the music couldn't get the audiences to the theatres that much.
Ranbir Kapoor riding a hi-end bike slowly across the countryside of Malaysia singing Tu hai ke nahin, and also partying hard with Arjun Rampal-Jacqueline Fernandez in Sooraj dooba hai cannot be forgotten for a long time. These two songs became so popular that every house party, night clubs, discos, pubs, etc used to play these on repeat mode. All this madness vanished in thin air when the movie released, which people claimed to be a huge snooze fest.
Emraan Hashmi has always managed to give his fans blockbuster songs. With his invisible man lip locking in the swimming pool in Tu jo hai, he gave every other song a run for their money. Sadly for the Bhatt camp, this Hollow man act couldn't impress the masses. Wethinks the masses are happier watching Emraan smooch his actresses even if he is invisible rather than bearing him invisible throughout the movie.
Hamari Adhuri Kahani
The title track is undoubtedly the most sad-romantic track I have heard in a long time. Watching Emraan and Vidya Balan run across trees and gardens, romancing each other was definitely well portrayed. But was it enough to compel audiences to watch the film? Naah. The movie was said to have a lot of dialogues which didn't make sense in the present days and could have done well say in the 1970s. Sadly, the 70s are history now and audiences made sure that this movie doesn't leave a mark in the cinema history.
Apart from these if there were any which we are missing out, feel free to drop them by in the comments section below.
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