With lyrics like ‘Mere saiiyan ji se aaj maine mangle adult kar liya‘, and happy, glossy faces dancing during a bar as partial of film like Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that celebrates unrequited adore — sufficient it to contend ‘The Break Up Song‘ creates positively no sense.
Remember a snippets from Karan Johar’s film’s trailer where Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma are seen gallivanting around London on a scooter and carrying a ball? The tinge of this strain is some-more on those lines.
Yes, we get a irony of a song, and it’s usually a good thing that Dharma Productions is putting a summary out there that mangle ups need to be celebrated, though during slightest applaud with a familiar song?
What works for a strain is Ranbir and Anushka. There’s unequivocally zero these dual can’t do. They have a expressions, they have a dance moves, they’re means to sell their goofiness to us (the viewers) with as most passion as they showed in a some-more heated songs from a film.
Speaking of which, a biggest waste of ‘The Breakup Song’ is that it comes after 3 positively stellar marks from a Ae Dil Hai Mushkil soundtrack. The pretension strain (which Arijit Singh owns), ‘Bulleya’ and ‘Channa Mereya’ are all miles forward of this one.
Oh, did we discuss that Badshaah has a swat hymn in this song? (Well, of march he does, this is a Dharma film).
We also speckled Lisa Haydon in a song. Surprise surprise!
Watch ‘The Break Up Song‘ here: