New Krrish 3 song, starring Hrithik's cleavage, Kangana as a Flintstone

Here's hoping Krissh 3's PR machinery has enough on its kitty to cover up for the mess the Roshan brothers together seem to be creating before the release of the film.

FP Staff September 26, 2013 15:57:13 IST
New Krrish 3 song, starring Hrithik's cleavage, Kangana as a Flintstone

It seems that Hrithik Roshan, sometime in the unfortunate past when Krrish 3 was being made alongside Ram Leela, had said to the mirror in his gym, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the shiniest man-cleavage of them all?" The mirror replied, "Ranveer Singh."

At which point, papa Rakesh Roshan ripped a few buttons off some shirts, son Hrithik bought a few gallons of body oil and together, they shot the song Dil Tu Hi Bata. In this song, Roshan junior shows off his multipurpose thorax - torso for Roshan, mirror for anyone stranded in the deserted where the song is set, corrugated metal sheet for any shack-dweller who needs a roof over their head.

This three minute long advertisement for Roshan's intensely muscled chest is complemented with a prop otherwise known as actor Kangana Ranaut.

New Krrish 3 song starring Hrithiks cleavage Kangana as a Flintstone

A screengrab from the YouTube video of the song.

Informed people in the world of movie rumours tell us that Ranaut plays a dangerous mutant alien in Krissh 3. No doubt that's why Ranaut's hair is almost as multiplicitous as Roshan's chest: it's everything from a beehive to a replica of the Sydney Opera House. And that's just in these three minutes. One can only marvel at its mutating abilities, although we're quite certain that we've seen a number of those hairstyles in our misspent kiddiehood when we watched The Flintstones.

Ranaut's wardrobe in this song is definitely alien and for some reason, she adopts the pose of a cat waiting to be shooed away (in a sequinned slip). Perhaps that's how aliens woo each other.

Finally, if you thought Taher Shah's Eye to Eye was as awful as a song could get, you were wrong. 'Dil Tu Hi Bata' begins with a tinkling prelude that usually heralds the coming of a ghost in a horror story before transitioning into a series of plaintive wails. The musical arrangements sound like the pre-programmed tracks that old synthesisers used to have: repetitive, tinny and vaguely tuneless.

Watch video here:

 

Now, in case you have forgotten, Roshan's chest has a tendency to make a cameo appearances in practically all the films that he has acted in. Here is our pick of the top four appearances of Roshan's multipurpose thorax - torso.

1. Mujhse Dosti Karoge:

2. Kites:

3. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara

4. Dhoom 3

Tell us which one you like best in the comment section below.

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