Kaabil song: Urvashi Rautela sizzles in yawn inducing 'Haseeno Ka Deewana' remake

The re makeby Gourov Roshin pales in comparison to the original by Rajesh Roshan in the 1981 film Yaarana.

Mayur Lookhar

The makers of Kaabil are leaving no stone unturned to promote the film. They have now released an uninspiring remake of 'Saara Zamaana' as 'Haseeno Ka Deewana'. Urvashi Rautela is seen cavorting on a stage lip-synching to the tweaked lyrics by Kumaar.

The original was picturised on Amitabh Bachchan wearing a suit with light bulbs and became quite popular during its time. Rajesh Roshan, who is the music director of Kaabil, had originally composed 'Saara Zamaana' for Bachchan's 1981 blockbuster Yaarana. 

The new 'Haseeno Ka Deewana' has been recreated by Gourav-Roshin.

At best, the new song sounds like a club remix, the kind that are played on popular city radio stations. Wonder if Rajesh himself is proud of the ramake. The voices of Payal Dev and Raftaar do not add to the ease of listening either. 

Rautela's glamourous avatar does not match the beats, and she ends up looking like a wannabe. At one point she's even seen doing some odd Yoga poses on a revolving stage. She could well have a Baba Ramdev challenge a la Ranveer Singh soon.

The sole bright spot of the track is the open dare by Rohan (Hrithik Roshan) to the villain, played by Ronit Roy.