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Gulaal review by Hindustan Times
Gulaal critic rating (Hindustan Times): 4
Gulaal review by ibnlive.com
Gulaal critic rating (ibnlive.com): 3
Gulaal review by bollywoodhungama.com
Gulaal critic rating (bollywoodhungama.com): 2.5
Gulaal review by The Telegraph
Gulaal critic rating (The Telegraph): 3
Gulaal review by Times of India
Gulaal critic rating (Times of India): 3
 
 
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Gulaal  (2009 - Hindi)

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  • Umesh Kumar Goyal
    Umesh Kumar Goyalwrote on Mar 10 2009 4:57PM

    Though it's this reference which kick starts the soundtrack of GULAAL, there are quite a few other digs on topics such as Uncle Sam, mineral water, democracy etc. that bring in a socio-economic humor to the proceedings. Written and composed by Piyush Mishra (who in fact is responsible for the entire soundtrack of GULAAL), 'Ranaji' is a 'mujra' which is rendered by Rekha Bhardwaj who certainly seems to be thoroughly enjoying the proceedings.

    What further makes the number interesting is the fact that it is choreographed on none other than Mahi Gill, the female who played Paro in Anurag Kashyap's recent release DEV D. In GULAAL though she plays a courtesan and it is fun to see her in a different avtar as she lip synchs to 'Ranaji'.

    Coming back to the song, one just hopes that there are no controversies around it in days to come and it is accepted with as much interest and enthusiasm as 'Emosanal Atyachaar'. What one can be assured though is whistles and catcalls in the auditorium when the song plays on screen.

     
 

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