On 27-Oct-2017 In Entertainment
In a world, so full of shit, songs are the only thing that proves to be an escape from all the mess. We tend to hear music on our way to work, while working, while laying in bed and even when partying. What's more fascinating is that sometimes the visual part of the songs make the experience more enthralling. But, various retakes and hard work are invested in creating a short piece which is of hardly five minutes. Today, we have come up with an interesting list of songs that were shot in just a single take. And, believe me, they turned out so flawless that the entire nation watched them the way they were originally shot. Take a look yourself.
Roop Tera Mastana is one of the famous tunes of the motion picture, Aradhana. The film was directed by Shakti Samanta, and it turned out to be a huge success at the box office.
The arousing melody Roop Tera Mastana was shot in a solitary take. This is the principal melody that had set an example for other songs as well.
The film might not have got appreciation, but this song became very successful for being so unique.
It was shot in a single take and starred various actors including Riteish Deshmukh, Esha Deol, Shamita Shetty, Dia Mirza and many more.
This Shah Rukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit starrer film did not prove to be a success at the box office. But the song 'Channe ke khet mein' received a lot of acclamation. All thanks to Madhuri Dixit.
Well, in the same movie, 'Barson Ke Baad' song was shot in just one take and that seems to be the USP of the film.
The film was immensely loved by the audience for portraying everything so beautifully.
The party song of the film, which was shot at a yacht was shot in just a single take, and that makes it even more beautiful.
The film was Farah Khan's directorial debut with actors such as Shah Rukh Khan, Sushmita Sen and others in the supporting role.
The famous song 'Chale jaise hawaein' which starred Armita Rao was shot in a single take. That's all, people. Share this with your friends. You can also write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org