Jaane Jaan title track: Kareena Kapoor Khan's intense act shines in the otherwise mediocre remake song
The title song of Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer Jaane Jaan is out now.
A still from the Jaane Jaan title track
The first song from the Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer Jaane Jaan is finally out now. The title track of the movie has been crooned by Neha Kakkar. The makers of the film had released the trailer a few days back which had received a tremendous response.
Talking about the same, the song opens up to Kareena Kapoor Khan’s character Maya D’souza singing at a nightclub while Vijay Varma looks at her in awe. We can see the budding chemistry between the two wherein Maya looks like on a quest to seduce Vijay for a hidden motive. We also see Jaideep Ahlawat’s character’s secret obsession with Maya. Take a look at the song.
Furthermore, the title track also begins with Kareena Kapoor Khan’s character being interrogated by Vijay Varma for having a past that is coming back to haunt her. The song has been composed by Sachin-Jigar. Even though the song blends well with the thrilling events happening in the movie, it fails to do justice to the original song which was crooned by the legendary Lata Mangeshkar and was picturized on Helen from the 1988 film Inteqam.
Meanwhile, talking about Jaane Jaan, the movie has been helmed by Sujoy Ghosh. It is based on the novel, The Devotion Of Suspect X and will mark Kareena Kapoor Khan’s debut in the digital sphere. The makers will also be releasing the movie on Kareena’s birthday (September 21). Going by the riveting trailer, Kareena Kapoor Khan plays Maya D’souza who seems to be a woman who has several skeletons in her closet. She seemed to be a victim of domestic violence in the past which might have compelled her to murder her husband. However, her past comes to haunt her which turns her life topsy-turvy.
Jaane Jaan is based against the backdrop of Kalimpong. Fans are eagerly waiting for the movie with bated breath. Apart from this, Kareena Kapoor Khan will also be seen in Hansal Mehta’s The Buckingham Murders.