Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap

Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2011
Music Director: Vishal - Shekhar
Lyricist: Swanand Kirkire, Anvita Dutt, Vishal Dadlani
Label: T-Series
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Album Credits: BACKGROUND SCORE: Anup Rubens.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Puri Jagannadh. PRODUCER: Puri Jagannadh. STORY: Puri Jagannadh. SCREENPLAY: Puri Jagannadh. DIALOGUE: Ajay Kumar - I, More...
 
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Haal-E-Dil
Singer: Amitabh Bachchan
Music Director: Vishal - Shekhar
Lyricist: Swanand Kirkire, Anvita Dutt
Genre: Sugam, Pop
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Buddha Hoga Tera Baap (Accapella)
Singer: Amitabh Bachchan
Music Director: Vishal - Shekhar
Lyricist: Vishal Dadlani
Genre: Pop, Accapella
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Buddha Hoga Tera Baap (Dub Step)
Singer: Amitabh Bachchan
Music Director: Vishal - Shekhar
Lyricist: Vishal Dadlani
Genre: Electronic, Pop
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Go Meera Go
Singer: Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan
Music Director: Vishal - Shekhar
Lyricist: Vishal Dadlani
Genre: Electronic, Medley, Hip-hop
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Main Chandigarh Di Star
Singer: Sunidhi Chauhan
Music Director: Vishal - Shekhar
Lyricist: Anvita Dutt
Genre: Filmi, Punjabi Folk, Electronic
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • Initially named "Buddha", the film's title was changed during production.
  • This was the debut Hindi film of actress Charmy Kaur, who had worked primarily in Telugu films till then. She was reported to have replaced Neha Sharma, the original choice for the role. It was also reported that another actress who featured in the film, Sonal Chauhan, was chosen over Kangana Ranaut, who was in the reckoning for the role initially.[1][2]
  • Party workers of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) disrupted the shooting of this film alleging that the film had employed foreign nationals with improper or expired work permits. The next day, the film's director Puri Jagannadh wrote a letter to Raj Thackeray, the MNS leader. In the letter, Jagannadh accepted irregularities in the work permits of some of the junior actors and dancers in the film and apologised to the political party. [3]
  • Raveena Tandon returned to Hindi films after a gap of five years with a small role in this film. Her last Hindi film prior to this was "Sandwich" (2006).[4]
  • Filmmaker Puri Jagannadh made this film as a tribute to Amitabh Bachchan and his angry young man persona. A message from him before the film's end credits read "All these years we missed watching you like this. In fact we grew up viewing your movies. Thank you so much for the visual treat. We all love you, angry young man.".
  • Puri Jagannadh's original idea of this film was as a remake of the Hollywood action thriller "Taken" (2008), with Amitabh Bachchan playing the role portrayed by Liam Neeson in the original. When he ran the idea by his mentor Ram Gopal Varma, he advised him to write an original script instead. A week later, Jagannadh approached Varma again with a new concept. This time he liked the script and set up a meeting with Amitabh Bachchan to discuss it.[5]
  • Amitabh Bachchan was not comfortable delivering the profane language written for him in this film. At his request, director Puri Jagannadh replaced the cusswords in his lines with the word "beep".[6]

    Song

  • Buddha Hoga Tera Baap (Accapella) - All sounds in this acapella song, including those that sound like instruments, were produced by Amitabh Bachchan. He was credited with arranging the song as well. The instrument sounds, like the guitar, were created by processing sounds produced by him through a computer.
  • Go Meera Go - This song included a medley of hit songs from Amitabh Bachchan's films - "Namak Halaal" (1982), "Don" (1977), "Silsila" (1981), and "Yaarana" (1981). The song was not only filmed on Amitabh but also sung by him. The rap portion of the song was newly written and was sung by Abhishek Bachchan. While the song was part of the film's audio CDs, it was not included in the soundtrack album on digital platforms. This may have been due to restrictions placed by the copyright owners of the original songs, Saregama and Universal.[7][8][9][10]
  • Go Meera Go - Amitabh Bachchan conceived the idea for this song a couple of years before the release of this film. This happened in New York during a show tour with Vishal - Shekhar. While eating at a restaurant, Bachchan liked the music that was being played and asked the manager to burn a copy of it on a CD. Later, while listening to the music in his hotel room, he felt that he could sing "Khaike Paan Banaraswala" ("Don", 1977) to its beat and perform it at the show. He shared the idea with Vishal - Shekhar, who had him record the song in a studio in New York. It was then performed at their show and turned out to be a huge success. Two years later, Amitabh told director Puri Jagannadh about the cover version of "Khaike Paan Banaraswala" during the making of this film. The director immediately decided to use the concept in this film, resulting in this song being recorded.[11]



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