Saif Ali Khan’s Kaalakaandi launched the quirky song Swagpur Ka Chaudhary

Saif Ali Khan’s Kaalakaandi launched the quirky song Swagpur Ka Chaudhary
Written by Shubham Dwivedi

Saif Ali Khan starrer much awaited Kaalakaandi has released a promotional song Swagpur ka Chaudhary. The song focuses on the Haryanvi dialect to match the nature of the film and also utilizes rap considering the latest trend. This is yet another groovy song which will hit the charts on top spot considering the film is quite anticipated. Kaalakandi is going to be the first big release of 2018 and will clash with Anurag Kashyap’s Mukkebaaz. The song they have come out with might not be during the duration film’s length but might occur as end credit song like Swag se Swagat in Tiger Zinda Hai.

Saif Ali Khan has recently seen a very dry run with his film’s ability to connect with the audience or so much as seen by them. Rangoon and Chef weren’t exactly bad reviewed but people didn’t show up to watch Saif especially in Chef as he was highlighting that film. Since the trailer of Kaalakandi is widely appreciated and introduces a black genre of comedy which was seen only in Delhi Belly and Finding Fanny previously. Delhi Belly became a cult very early at the time of release and Akshat Verma who wrote it is directing this one. Saif has never experimented with this genre before and there aren’t too many genres left for him to experiment with.

Swagpur Ka Chaudhary features almost the entire cast as wild human creatures who are dressed in an unfathomable way doing whatever they like. The whole vibe of Kaalakandi works because it is cool and youngsters are falling over it but this particular song is extremely uncool. Makers of the film have planned to buzz the promotions after the rage of Tiger Zinda Hai gets cold. The clash of Mukkabaaz and Kaalakandi will harm both the film in some way as they are small films with low budget and could use any or all audience they get. Saif is currently shooting for Netflix drama Scared Games.

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Shubham Dwivedi

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