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Bhoomi song 'Will You Marry Me?': No girl will accept this poor lyrical proposal 


From lyrics, music to singing, there is only one word to describe the Bhoom song, 'poor'.

Mayur Lookhar

Bhoomi song 'Will You Marry Me?' is perhaps the most outrageous lyrical proposal in recent times.

Anvita Dutt, who produced some great poetic, romantic numbers for Phillauri, has surprisingly penned this shocker for Bhoomi.

The poor mish-mash of Hindi, Punjabi and English words simply don’t amuse. It is backed by poor music by Sachin-Jigar, and Divya Kumar and Jonita Gandhi singing here will make you pull out your hair.  

Make no mistake, the two are fine singers, but they’ve been let down by the poor lyrics and music. The least Bhoomi makers could have done is come up with some decent choreography. Sadly, some of the moves by Aditi Rao Hydari and Sidhant Gupta make you feel as if they are being made to run on a treadmill.

The extravagant set and the gaudy traditional designer clothes don’t save the track from being a disaster.

Perhaps, the only one who can watch the track are Hydari fans.