Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai Movie 2012: you can watch and download free hindi full bollywood movie Online here for free of cost. Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai (English translation: My Friend The Film Doesn’t Stop) is an upcoming Bollywood comedy film directed by Rajnish Thakur and produced by Narendra Singh. The film stars Suniel Shetty, Udita Goswami, Rajpal Yadav and Om Puri in lead roles amongst others. The film’s title is adapted from a scene of Om Shanti Om featuring Shahrukh Khan saying “Picture abhi baki hai, mere dost (The film doesn’t stop, my friend)”. It is expected to release on 20th July 2012.
Now this is a film that has come all of a sudden. With not much known about Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai, one is clueless about what to expect from the music here. Since the film is mainly plot driven instead of being a quintessential romantic affair or an action saga, one doesn’t expect music to be the torch bearer here. Still, with as many as seven original songs in the film and various composers, one expects at least a couple of them to click.
Primarily a theme album, Mere Dost Picture Abhi Baki Hai turns out to be a tad better than what one would have expected out of it. Mainly comprising of situational/theme tracks, it may not have enough ammunition to make a way for itself in the charts. However for the purpose of the film, it does solve the purpose of being a decent ingredient.
It is an unconventional, though expected start to the album as Shabab Sabri begins to sing the title track ‘Picture Abhi Baki Hai’. A ‘desi’ number which has the kind of sound that was prevalent in the 90s, it has lyrics by Ravi Chopra that establish the core context of the film (which is about a film being made in the film). Rajendra Shiv is the composer here and though one does expect the song to make an appearance at various junctures in the album; at the end of it all its appeal is strictly situational.
The moment Sunidhi Chauhan begins her Westernised rendition of ‘Salaame-E-Ishq’, you know that it is an item number in the making. Frankly, if the song would have been released half a decade back, it may still have managed to attract some attention since this composition by Subash Pradhan would have been in the vogue then. However in the current times, this song – which does have its moments around the time its title (Salaame-E-Ishq) – doesn’t quite stay on with you. Moreover routine lyrics by Swasti Shree Sharma don’t help the cause either.
There is some spunk that does come in the proceedings with the arrival of Taabish Romani written ‘Chala Hai Joshi’. A theme song about the central protagonist (Amar Joshi) setting on to make a film, it has a decent groove to it, courtesy composer Parvez Qasar & Subash Pradhan who pair up well to bring in a blend of Indian and Western sound. Yet again, one can expect this situational track sung by Parvez Qasar to do well in the background.