Bhoothnath Returns

Bhoothnath Returns

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2014
Music Director: Meet Bros Anjjan, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Ram Sampath
Lyricist: Kumaar, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Kunwar Juneja, Nitesh Tiwari, Munna Dhiman
Label: T-Series
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Album Credits: SONGS RECORDED BY: Yash Divecha. MIXED & MASTERED BY: Eric Pillai (Future Sound of Bombay). BACKGROUND SCORE: Hitesh Sonik.
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Nitesh Tiwari. PRODUCER: Bhushan Kumar, Kishan Kumar, Renu Ravi Chopra. STORY: Nitesh Tiwari, Piyush Gupta. SCREENPLAY: Nitesh Tiwari, More...
 
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Song Listing


 
Party Toh Banti Hai
Singer: Meet Bros Anjjan, Mika Singh, Palash Muchhal
Music Director: Meet Bros Anjjan
Lyricist: Kumaar
Genre: Filmi
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Har Har Gange
Singer: Aman Trikha
Music Director: Ram Sampath
Lyricist: Kunwar Juneja
Genre: Filmi, Electronic
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Party With The Bhoothnath
Singer: Yo Yo Honey Singh
Music Director: Yo Yo Honey Singh
Lyricist: Yo Yo Honey Singh
Genre: Pop, Electronic
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Sahib Nazar Rakhna Maula Nazar Rakhna
Singer: Rituraj
Music Director: Ram Sampath
Lyricist: Munna Dhiman
Genre: Sufi/Qawwali, Pop, Rock
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Dharavi Rap (Yeh Apun Ka Ilaaka)
Singer: Parth S. Bhalerao, Anish
Music Director: Ram Sampath
Lyricist: Nitesh Tiwari
Genre: Filmi, Hip-hop
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Party Toh Banti Hai (Remix)
Singer: Meet Bros Anjjan, Mika Singh
Music Director: Meet Bros Anjjan
Lyricist: Kumaar
Genre: Filmi
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Har Har Gange (Remix)
Singer: Aman Trikha
Music Director: Ram Sampath
Lyricist: Kunwar Juneja
Genre: Filmi, Electronic
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Trivia


 

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  • This was the sequel to the film "Bhoothnath" (2008).[1]
  • This was Nitesh Tiwari's directorial debut. He had previously co-directed the film "Chillar Party" (2011) with Vikas Bahl.[2]
  • Released shortly before the 2014 general elections, the film emphasised the importance of voting rights and encouraged people to vote.
  • Writer Sushant Supriya filed a complaint against the makers of the film alleging that they had plagiarised a short story written by him. The Delhi High Court rejected these charges and allowed the film to be released.[3]



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