Ek Do Teen remake, from the movie Baaghi 2, which features Actress Jacqueline Fernandez is being slammed on the social media from the general public, fans of the songs and even the critics. Shreya Ghoshal has sung the song, even though people have asked why Alka Yaglik couldn’t have lend her voice to the classic again. Jacqueline’s performances, the costumes and even the look of the movie is being bashed by people, for not only insulting the song and reputation of Madhuri Dixit, but also vulgarizing it further by overtly sexual moves and expressions. Here are the other songs that were hit by people’s anger when they were released:
Dum Maaro Dum, which was performed by Deepika Padukone, and which originally came to prominence after Hare Krishna Hare Ram was slammed for its use of some words, against which many people had strong objections. Even though Deepika looked sizzling in the video, the song was popular for its time but didn’t leave a lasting impact like the original.
Laila Mai Laila, which was pictured on Sunny Leone was also shrugged off by the public who felt that the added raunchiness didn’t elevate the song, but actually diffused its sensuality.
Judwaa 2, used to iconic songs from the original, namely Oonchi hai building, and Chalti Hai kya 9 se 11. Both songs have been famous for their music and lyrics, but the movie was considered misogynistic and the songs themselves didn’t make much influence on people, as they were meant to do.
We should praise the hideous new #EkDoTeen remix 'dance' video, since it is grotesque (and blasphemous) enough to kill the Bollywood remix trend altogether.
— Raja Sen (@RajaSen) March 19, 2018
If you still do not appreciate the level of artistry Madhuri Dixit delivered through her dance numbers and the delicate balance she struck in the more sensual ones, I hope you'll realize it after watching the new Ek Do Teen.
— Hichki 23rd MARCH (@kowshik4mBD) March 19, 2018
Man the new #EkDoTeen is so bad, it doesn't even sound properly mastered.
— Sucharita Tyagi (@Su4ita) March 19, 2018