Love Ki Ghanti Song – Besharam

  1. Bored 8 years ago

    Ranbir is proving to be a better ape of Charlie Chaplin than Raj Kapoor …

  2. mate 8 years ago

    Good to see Ranbir in the third installment of APKGK, he was very good in second one, Barfi.

  3. Baba 8 years ago

    looks like a copy of some 80s song

    • sputnik 8 years ago

      Looks like song is inspired/copied from a old Italian song Bella Ciao which was already copied in the Telugu movie Businessman starring Mahesh Babu. (from comments on youtube)

      Here is the song Pilla Chao from Businessman.

  4. SYED IMRAN 8 years ago

    very bad song… i lyk ranbir , bt dis tym he looks out of the place nd is over reacting a lot….

  5. Anjanpur685Miles 8 years ago

    Has “gore gore o baanke chhore” vibe to it.

  6. Suprabh 8 years ago

    I liked the song a lot…has an old school flavor to it..

    who’s the singer? Sounds a lot like Kishore Kumar/Amit Kumar

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    aryan 8 years ago
    • sputnik 8 years ago

      He is not the singer. He is just saying some dialogues in the song.

      According to the youtube link the Singers are Sujeet Shetty, Ranbir Kapoor and Amitosh Nagpal.



      Agree that the singer sounds like Kishore/Amit Kumar.

  8. hithere 8 years ago

    sounds (or stance) very similar to 5 Rs 12 aana.

  9. Anjanpur685Miles 8 years ago

    Liked the LunchBox trailer.

  10. Nilda 8 years ago

    I somehow felt that voice didn’t suit Ranbir.

  11. FS 8 years ago

    Bad promo followed by bad song. Besharmi ki hadd par kardiya hai. Kuch achcha dikao ab

  12. mate 8 years ago

    This is the theatrical trailer of a Pakistani movie, Waar starring Shaan Shahid.

    • sputnik 8 years ago

      Pakistani Action Film ‘Waar,’ ‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ & ’12 Years A Slave’ Top IMDb Best Of 2013 Poll

      Yeah, we know….it’s only hours until the ball drops in Times Square and yes, we’ll be getting our party hats on soon. But one more list for you before we say hello to 2014: it’s the IMDB Best Of 2013 Poll.

      Yep, the comprehensive site of all things movies has released their list of the Highest Rated Feature Films Released In 2013 with the caveat being they had to get at least 10,000 votes. And perhaps speaking to the growing influence of international audiences, the Pakistani action flick “Waar” (an Urdu word meaning “to strike”) came out on top with a 9.1/10. You can check out a trailer for the movie below so you can get a sense of what the war on terror themed flick is all about.

      Coming in right behind, surprisingly given its C+ CinemaScore, is Martin Scorsese’s controversial “The Wolf Of Wall Street” (8.8/10) followed closely by “12 Years A Slave” (8.7/10). Essentially, the biggest and/or most acclaimed of the movies of the year take up the majority of the list, with some random outliers like the mediocre rom-com “About Time” managing to sneak on there.

      Comments? You know where to go. Full list below. [via Dark Horizons]
      IMDb Best Of 2013

      1. Waar 9.1/10
      2. The Wolf of Wall Street 8.8/10
      3. 12 Years a Slave 8.7/10
      4. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag 8.4/10
      5. Gravity 8.4/10
      6. Rush 8.3/10
      7. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 8.3/10
      8. American Hustle 8.2/10
      9. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 8.1/10
      10. Blue Is the Warmest Color 8.1/10
      11. Before Midnight 8.1/10
      12. Frozen 8.1/10
      13. Prisoners 8.1/10
      14. Captain Phillips 8.1/10
      15. The Past 8.1/10
      16. Star Trek Into Darkness 7.9/10
      17. The Best Offer 7.8/10
      18. About Time 7.8/10
      19. Special 26 7.8/10
      20. Blue Jasmine 7.7/10


  13. ank_16n 8 years ago

    its average was expecting the title song as i liked that song in Trailer.

  14. Satyendra Singh 8 years ago

    What a lovely song……

  15. jj 8 years ago

    BMB above Rush, Gravity, Captian Philips and S26 above Blue Jasmine? Thats ridiculous. Comparing movie ratings in imdb doesnt make any sense as the audience are vast for english films. Latest releases often have the best ratings and they come down with time.

    • shan 8 years ago

      LOL @ BMB above Rush, Gravity 😀 BMB has the rating from ~17000 users, while Rush from 80000 users and Gravity from 220,000 users. This is worse than an apples to oranges comparison!

      Any vote-based, scale rating system suffers from what I like to call the “relativity” syndrome. For Indian audiences, Special 26 and BMB are masterpieces relative to movies regularly dished out. So they are bound to get consistent 8s and 9s as opposed to a mediocre movie like Ready getting consistent 5s. But when compared to Hollywood counterparts, this proves to be a problem, since distribution is different and good movies like Argo get a ~7.5 rating, since in spite of being good, there have been many good Hollywood movies, not only in the same year, but also in the previous 5-10 years. Since the sheer number of movies coming out of Hollywood is large and the audience is more forgiving to feel-good, mediocre stuff like 21 Jump Street and slightly stricter when rating very good films like Argo, the distribution is more top heavy, or has a peak around the 6.5 to 8.5 mark. With Hindi movies, the divide is bigger, with successful mediocre movies getting scores in the ~5 range and good films getting high scores in the ~9 range. In short, with Indian audiences (especially ones with access to the internet), movies incite polarized opinions. Most of them are either trash (getting a 4-5 score) or fantastic (getting an 8-9 score). With American audiences, movies are rated more evenly on a scale between 4 and 9.

      • sputnik 8 years ago

        Actually if you look at the breakdown of votes for Bollywood movies you will see that many have rated either 10/9 on the higher side or 1/2 on the lower side. It all depends on who the star is and whose fan is voting.

        In Hollywood I think the voting is more director based than star based. So ok/mediocre movies of some famous directors get overrated sometimes.

        • shan 8 years ago

          Agree. Voting for many Bollywood movies is propaganda driven – to bring a movie/star up or down.

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