Mubarakan Ranbir Kapoor movie full (Review)
Mubarakan opens in 1990s England. Some rather reckless driving leads to a car crash resulting in orphaned twins who are adopted by a doting aunt and an equally doting uncle, respectively. Karan grows up in London while Charan is raised in Chandigarh.
Unlike their appearance (Arjun Kapoor in a double role), the brother’s personalities are not identical. Karan is fast-talking; Charan is docile. They have another thing in common: the inability to reveal the truth about their love lives to their family
Singleton Kartar Singh (Anil) is left with the responsibility of raising his two orphaned nephews. He asks his brother (Pavan) in Punjab to raise Charan (Arjun) and his sister (Ratna) in London to raise Karan (Arjun in a double role). When the twins cross continents, they leave behind a trail of confusion.
mubarakan music (Review)
album for Arjun Kapoor and Anil Kapoor’s comedy is full of Punjabi swag.The first song of the album is simply called The Goggle song.perhaps taking inspiration from last year’s Kaala Chashma. And like Kaala Chashma, even The Goggle Song is a foot-tapping number that is just yearning to make it to the top of every DJ’s wishlist at parties.
Jatt Jaguar sounds a very unusual name for a song, but when we hear the lyrics of this one, we do realise why. The completely Punjabi flavoured song, composed by Amaal Mallik, talks about swag, trends, suit-boot like a typical Punjabi rap song.
Haathon Mein Thhe Haath
Despite four singers (Papon, Altamash Faridi, Aditi Singh Sharma, Arpita Mukherjee) being involved, Haathon Mein Thhe Haath is actually a song about love, that too a sad one at that. The song is composed by Gourov-Roshin,
Here comes the album’s biggest selling point, the recreated version of the cult ’80s pop song Hawa Hawa. It was been a trend to remake old songs with additional lyrics and rap like in the case of Humma Humma (Ok Jaanu) and Tamma Tamma (Badrinath Ki Dulhania).
Dil Dhadke Louder Louder
Gourov-Roshin returns to compose another fun track for Mubarakan, which looks to be playing during a wedding sequence. Using a popular Punjabi folk song as the base, Dil Dhadke Louder Louder is a celebratory number full of Punjabiness
Initial release: 28 July 2017
Charanveer Singh / Karanveer Singh
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Jeeto (as Ratna Pathak)
Sandhu (Binkle’s Father)
Mrs. Sandhu (Binkle’s Mum)
Gill (Sweety’s Father)