Sung by Arijit Singh and Shreya Ghoshal, Raat bhar is a beautiful composition. It is one of those typical club numbers- the hero and heroine having one of those fun night outs and guzzling tequila shots one after the other.
Sung by Arijit Singh and Shreya Ghoshal, Raat bhar is a beautiful composition. It is one of those typical club numbers- the hero and heroine having one of those fun night outs and guzzling tequila shots one after the other. Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon, like crazy lovers are seen partying on the streets and grooving away to glory. Well, you can’t say it’s an out-and-out unusual track that’s going to blow you away, but it has a feel-good vibe about it. And especially when Arijit sings a number, expect it to transform into a soothing treat for the ears.
I like the Tiger kid’s moves. He’s super agile and his ‘booty-shaking’ techniques can give a serious complex to some of the best dancers in Bollywood like Hrihtik Roshan and Shahid Kapoor. He makes those cartwheels and summersaults look really effortless.
Recently at the trailer launch of Heropanti, Aamir Khan had made sure he extended his support to the film. And while doing so, he said, “I think Tiger is the next superstar of Bollywood.” Well, I guess it’s too early to say if Shroff Jr will make it as big like his dad, and his acting skills are yet to seen and judged, but he definitely scores brownie points in the ‘dancing’ area. He has the body of a gymnast and I don’t think anyone in B-town has that kind of flexibility.
But whatever Tiger’s future is, the makers have tried hard to incorporate some good songs in the film and make it all masaledar. Raat bhar is one of those tracks you can reserve for one of those ‘I want to chill’ days. Not too heavy-duty, neither too soulful; it’s just a nice and a pleasant tune which you won’t mind listening to once in a while.