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Koena Mitra upset with the recreated version of O Saki Saki from Batla House


Nowadays mostly every film has a song that is a recreated version of an old track and John Abraham starrer Batla House won’t be an exception. Batla House will have the recreated version of the track O Saki Saki from the film Musafir. The original track was a rage when released and it was picturised on Koena Mitra who had performed amazingly in the song.

The makers of Batla House have released a teaser of the recreated version and it features none other than Nora Fatehi. However, looks like Koena is not happy with the recreated track. She tweeted, “My song from Musafir #Saaki  Saaki” has been recreated. Sunidhi, Suhwinder, Vishal, Shekhar combination was outstanding. Didn’t like the new version, it’s a mess! This song had crashed many blockbusters! Why batlahouse, why? P. S: Nora is a stunner. Hope she saves our pride.”

The recreated version is composed by Tanishk Bagchi and sung by Tulsi Kumar and Neha Kakkar. In the teaser, the music seems to be decent and of course, it is Nora Fatehi who makes us eager for the full track which will be released tomorrow.

This is not the first time when we will get to see Nora Fatehi dancing in a John Abraham film. Last year, John and Nora had collaborated for Satyameva Jayate in which the actress danced on the recreated version of Dilbar. The song was the biggest hit of 2018 and got millions of views on YouTube. Before Dilbar, Nora had danced on the recreated version of Rock Tha Party in John’s film Rocky Handsome. Though the film wasn’t a hit at the box office, the song was loved by everyone.

Directed by Nikkhil Advani, Batla House also stars Mrunal Thakur in the lead role and it will be hitting the screens on 15th August 2019. The movie will be clashing with Saaho and Mission Mangal. While the former stars Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor, the latter stars Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Sharman Joshi and Nithya Menen.