Teaser Promo: AASHIQUI 2

Cast: ADITYA ROY KAPUR, SHRADDHA KAPOOR

Banner: T-SERIES, VISHESH FILMS

Producers: BHUSHAN KUMAR, KRISHAN KUMAR, MAHESH BHATT, MUKESH BHATT

Director: MOHIT SURI

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11 Comments

  1. shaktikapoorfan
    shaktikapoorfan
    March 23, 2013 at 12:57 PM

    Crap! Nothing different than dozens of recent Vishesh Films products.
    Even more disappointed as there is no KUMAR SANU :(
    I am expecting at least one KS number as a cameo.

  2. Prem
    Prem
    March 23, 2013 at 1:22 PM

    Can’t even compare with the original Aashique… :(

    This is typical VF stuff…

    Kumar Sanu, Nadeem-Shravan & Sameer created magic in the 90’s…

  3. Yakuza
    Yakuza
    March 23, 2013 at 3:04 PM

    Seriously wtf is this ? What legacy they are carrying forward here ? Aashiqui was only about music .. and 90’s was all about Aashiqui songs. If least they should have done in sequel, should retain Nadeem Sharvan, Kumar Sanu .. with same level of melody tracks. Otherwise what’s the point of Aashiqui-2 ??

  4. Tango
    Tango
    March 24, 2013 at 11:51 PM

    Agree with Yakuza bhai.

    I fail to understand why the media is going gaga over the promo.

    It looks pedestrian as compared to the original Aashiqui (despite it having one of the worse actors of Bollywood, Rahul Roy). It was a winner fromm the first day.

  5. waleed jawaid
    waleed jawaid
    March 25, 2013 at 12:47 AM

    so tango sir still ashiqui 2 has aditya roy kapoor…
    a not well known star..same case.???
    cant comment on acting.!!
    and ashiqui 2 is also about music and romance..
    @yakuza if we make a sholay today could we get the same acting standards.?? or if we make a mughl e azam today can we get a same acting standard.??
    so y do we expect ashiqui 2 to be that big music wise..! they have done thier job well as far as music is concerned.!! superb melody!

  6. Tango
    Tango
    March 25, 2013 at 9:50 AM

    Waleed bro, may be because we were around to see the Aashiqui rage live. It was unbelieveable.

    The lead actors were also newcomers like Rahul Roy & Anu. But Nadeem-Sharavan’s music and Sameer’s lyrics were awesome. Rt from the first unveling with Rahul strumming the guitar and singing “Saanson ki zaroorat hai…” we all knew that the film was winner.

    But if today’s gen likes this Aashiqui 2 more, it is there choice…

  7. shaktikapoorfan
    shaktikapoorfan
    March 25, 2013 at 10:35 AM

    @ Exactly Tango Bhai

    Aashiqui was a gamechanger and trendsetter for the music industry. Today’s ipod and mp3 generation will never understand what we have witnessed those days. I still remember saving money to buy those 25 rs. T Series original cassettes.
    Today the entire business model has been changed. For big banners and composers the singer has to sing for free, numbers (and not song) are forcefully being bombarded to create a short time hype.

  8. waleed jawaid
    waleed jawaid
    March 25, 2013 at 3:21 PM

    but tango sir..?? y are we comparing it wid ahsiqui..? u were eye witness at that time ..the music was legendary and still runs!! but at that time music was CLASS>!! the content of the film WAS CLASS>>!! in 90s 80s the films work on music and content now its the time to work on OTT action ..so called masala flavour and comedy?!!!
    now there is no content there is munni sheila and jalebi bai.? so this tum hi ho song is far better than these third class street songs ..u will agree on that.?

  9. Shalu
    Shalu
    March 25, 2013 at 4:11 PM

    Aashiqui was a once in a decade phenomena. The music of Aashiqui 2 will naturally be compared to Aashiqui and will obviously fall short. But then, what can live up to it anyway?

    Comparisons aside, Tum Hi Ho is a beautiful song and I hope the rest of the songs are also good.

  10. shaktikapoorfan
    shaktikapoorfan
    March 25, 2013 at 4:12 PM

    I tried my best to like it but no luck. Same VF crap with sufi hangover that is being served for last 5 – 6 years. Looks like I am getting old :(

  11. Tango
    Tango
    March 25, 2013 at 11:42 PM

    Waleed bro, I get your point, and trust me, I obliterated all memories of Aashiwui and heard this song again, but for me it was like any other Emraan Hashmi song from a Vishesh film.

    In fact when I recollected songs from films like Tum Mile (irrespective of the box-office outcome),Gangster and OUATIM, I found those songs better.

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