Judwaa 2 song Tan Tana Tan is out now and Varun Dhawan matches Salman Khan

Judwaa 2 song Tan Tana Tan is out now and Varun Dhawan matches Salman Khan

Judwaa 2 is an upcoming Hindi film starring Varun Dhawan in a double role. Judwaa 2 is a remake of 1997 film Judwaa starring Salman Khan and they are reviving Tan Tana Tan. Composed by Anu Malik and sung by Abhijeet, Tan Tana Tan became a hugely popular song and still gets played in retro parties. To revive this song is a very good marketing and nostalgic decision because that’s all what this film has. Tan Tana Tan still has those beats but the mixing of the music is modernized. Varun, Jacqueline and Taapsee are all their in the song and of the 2 characters played by Varun, Raja is the one dancing in this.

The song also shows some dance step that were done in 1997 and choreographers have tried to copy paste the exact thing, as mentioned above all because of nostalgia. Producers might have over-estimated the brand value of Judwaa because after 20 years cinema might have actually changed for better. Varun Dhawan is an exceptional dancer as he we have seen in ABCD 2 but the hamming which these films requires are probably overdosed in this film. Prolific actors like Paresh Rawal, Shakti Kapoor, Govinda, Salman, Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh are all wonderful at hamming because they know that even this has a limit and boundations to it.

David Dhawan has picked his own classic to probably undermine its status as the film does not seem to have brilliant comedic supporting actors as well. Judwaa 2 is the fourth in line of remakes. Judwaa 2 (2017) is inspired from Judwaa (1997), which was inspired from Hello brother (Telugu, 1994), which was again inspired from Twin Dragons (1992, Chinese). Even after 25 years and four film in 3 different film industries, Judwaa 2 smells of cliche than somebody has a fault here.

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