From Sydney with Love: Can the songs spring a suprise on Box Office too?
From Sydney with Love marks the golden jubilee of Pramod films, a production house which has given us films like 'Ziddi', 'Nastik', 'Deedar', 'Barood' and 'Love In Tokyo'. Prateek, the grandson of Pramod Chakraborty, will be making his debut through this film. The film also stars newbie Evelyn Sharma who is touted as the next Katrina Kaif of Bollywood. The film will release against a big film like 'Jism 2' which is quite a brave decision.
It’s the story of a small town girl Megha Banerjee who earns a scholarship from a prestigious university in Australia. There she embraces a new lease of life and gradually love happens to her. The film has new comers like Bidita Bag, Sharad Malhotra, Evelyn Sharma, and Karan Sagoo.
TRAILER: The trailer of the film is an ordinary one, but has that youthful charm in it. Although it has newcomers but they look appealing (at least in the trailer).
From Sydney With Love music is simple and delightful. Sohail Sen of Mere Brother Ki Dulhan fame has composed the music of for the film and he has really done a good job. Songs like ‘Ho Jayega….’, ‘Khatkaa Khatkaa.. .’, ‘Naino Mein…’ are some of the best songs of the album. ‘Khatkaa Khatkaa...’is an energetic song sung by Mika Singh, who has again added a hit song to his list. Tabla beats work for this song and will definitely transform you into a festive mood. ‘Naino Mein…’ is a beautiful and serene song to listen. The music is so soft that it will definitely make you fall in love with this song. Palak and Mohammad Salamat have done great job on the song. Ideal song to listen when you are depressed!
BOX OFFICE: “From Sydney With Love” is a film that has newcomers and no established actor. They did manage to pull Akshay Kumar to “bless” their film; but is it enough? To add to the woes, this film is releasing with a film that has created quite a buzz in the country – “Jism 2”. On the upside, however, in comparison to “Jism 2”, “From Sydney With Love” has a higher chance of finding family audience and college going youngsters. The initial response to the film might be lukewarm; but if the content is good, the film can certainly pick up!
Unfortunately, today Bollywood films depend a lot on marketing strategies as well as the ratings they deserve, and not to forget – the films releasing on the same weekend! Let’s wait and watch what “From Sydney With Love” has in store for itself!
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