Shah Rukh Khan produced this horror film with his friend Karan Johar. Farah Khan was the choreographer and it is clear that she revisited the number when she created "Dard e Disco" for Om Shanti Om. It is not a complex number; very sexy, with SRK making a gradual appearance, body part by body part. First you just see his lower jaw and lips, then shoulders and back, then eyes and arms. It is so much like Dard e Disco that someone has done a mash up with the Dard e Disco music and the Kaal video.
This is hauntingly beautiful song, with ten stars , including Shah Rukh Khan, each singing a portion. It is very simply staged. No fancy costumes, no dancing, just one person singing directly into the camera. It's amazing to see how few of them can actually both lip-sync and connect with the camera, and not one can do both as well as Shah Rukh Khan does. Seeing this actually made me want to see the movie, until I read the reviews. It is a remake of the 1995 Hollywood film Powder, and apparently not a good one. So enjoy the video!
SRK does not sing or dance in this, which is the title number. Instead, he is the guitar-playing street musician, which is pretty funny. It is also very, very short. Don't blink or you will miss it. There is also a teensy Hrithik Roshan cameo towards the end. It looks like an intriguing film, and it is nice to see a smiling Rampal in a romantic role!
The scene is an awards show taking place in what looks like a nightclub, and SRK is doing a special appearance as a featured performer. He is very much in his Don character, complete with that little ponytail and menacing sneer. There's a Hrithik Roshen version, too, that was used in the promotional video. It's fun to compare their interpretations!
Shah Rukh Khan produced this film about high school seniors on the verge of adulthood. He appears during the closing credits in a sexy, remixed version of this song performed earlier by the youthful ensemble. Very catchy tune, but the movie flopped.
Not a single film, but a set of four shorts produced in celebration of Bollywood's first century. It opens with this really fun title sequence with lots and lots of familiar faces (20!) doing a capsule history of Bollywood movies. SRK gets the biggest part, but they all look like they are having a ball. Fun!