Buddha In A Traffic Jam

Buddha In A Traffic Jam

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2016
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Rohit Sharma, Vivek Agnihotri, Ryan Dias, Ravinder Randhawa, Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Label: Crescendo Music
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Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Vivek Agnihotri. PRODUCER: Suresh Chukapalli, Ravi Agnihotri, Sharad Patel, Shreyanshi Patel, Pranay Chokshi. WRITER: Vivek Agnihotri, More...
 
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Chand Roz
Singer: Pallavi Joshi
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Genre: Ghazal
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Sarkar Ki Duniya
Singer: Rohit Sharma, Shawn Pereira
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Rohit Sharma
Genre: Hindi Folk, Rock
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Bela Gobiya
 
Singer: Rohit Sharma
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Rohit Sharma
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Chand Roz
 
Singer: Pankaj Badra, Rohit Sharma
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Faiz Ahmed Faiz
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Bekaar Kutte
Singer: Pankaj Badra, Rohit Sharma
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Ravinder Randhawa
Genre: Pop, Filmi
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Tope Ka Mantar
 
Singer: Rohit Sharma
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Ravinder Randhawa
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I Am A Bitch
 
Singer: Neisha Mascarenhas
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Rohit Sharma, Vivek Agnihotri
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Cool Cool Breeze
 
Singer: Ryan Dias
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Rohit Sharma, Ryan Dias
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When I Wake Up
 
Singer: Ryan Dias
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Ryan Dias
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Romeo And Juliet (Fatal Destiny)
 
Singer: Ryan Dias, Neisha Mascarenhas
Music Director: Rohit Sharma
Lyricist: Ryan Dias
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  • The film was certified in October 2014. It was shown in various film festivals over the next two years but could not find distributors for a theatrical release. The film's take on ideological divisions and student politics was considered too controversial for a commercial release. It was reported that the Barjatyas of Rajshri Productions bailed out director Vivek Agnihotri eventually and the film was released in May 2016. The film's screening at various colleges around India was met with protests for its critical depiction of leftist influences in academia. In 2018, Agnihotri wrote a book titled "Urban Naxals" describing his experience of the making of this film.[1][2][3]
  • This was the first film in which Vivek Agnihotri directed his wife, Pallavi Joshi.

    Song

  • Chand Roz - Actress Pallavi Joshi turned playback singer with this ghazal by the Pakistani poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz. The film was dedicated to Faiz.



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