Days earlier than the discharge of Gully Boy, its makers launched some of the hard-hitting tracks from the movie’s album, “Azadi”. The music, that includes actors Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Kalki Koechlin and Siddhant Chaturvedi, calls for freedom from corruption, injustice and discrimination.
The hook line of the music, “Azadi. Hum le ke rahenge, Azadi. Tum kuch bhi kar lo, Azadi…”, has been picked up from former JNU College students Union president Kanhaiya Kumar’s arousing speech after he was launched from jail in 2016. Some even think about it as a requirement for ‘azadi’ in Kashmir.
Watch Gully Boy music Azadi
Speaking to IANS about “Azadi”, composer Dub Sharma had mentioned, “Azadi questions each corrupt and illiberal system. This music is concerning the unjust and unfair issues all of us see round us daily.”
The music is crooned and composed by Divine and Dub Sharma.
Within the Gully Boy music evaluation, The Indian Categorical’ Suanshu Khurana famous, “Azadi! Hum le ke rahenge, Azadi! Tum kuch bhi kar lo, Azadi… In 2016, hours after his launch from Delhi’s Tihar Jail, the then JNU College students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar concluded an invigorating tackle with these phrases, impressing upon his freedom of speech. Nearly three years later, rapper Vivian Fernandes aka Divine and Dub Sharma have merged these traces from that widespread speech on JNU grounds and spun a rambunctious and prolonged breakbeat to offer us a caveat for the instances. It strikes forward with Desh kaise hoga saaf, inki neeyat mein hai daag… is rapped alongside a synth and drum machine. It’s wild, it’s irreverent and very catchy and is among the most interesting political items of music one has heard in a very long time.”
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Gully Boy’s different tracks like – “Apna Time Aayega”, “Asli Hip Hop” and “Mere Gully Mein” have additionally been creating ripples. The movie brings avenue rap into Bollywood music for the primary time.
Loosely based mostly on the lives of rappers Divine and Naezy, Gully Boy turns the highlight on Mumbai’s underground hip hop scene. Directed by Zoya Akhtar, it’s set to launch on February 14.