Losing with KoJo: People are not liking Student of the Year 2 Songs
This what happens when you lose your KoJo. Technically, it’s what happens when KJo loses his mojo, which makes it KoJo.
Anyways, today another song came out from ‘Student of the Year 2’ and it’s quite puzzling how people are not liking anything that is coming out of Dharma Productions, starting with ‘Kalank’. They maybe thought that the young generation will dig the new remix of ‘Yeh Jaawani’, but hey even they don’t like it!
‘Kalank’ pretty much got a “hate it” vibe from mostly everyone online. The same went for ‘Student of the Year 2’. And now with its songs, which they are releasing at more than 3 minutes, people still ain’t liking it, they are laughing at it!
Notice how they are also releasing the songs soon after ‘Kalank’ went down to divert the attention.
If you see the two songs released from ‘Student of the Year 2’, you notice the huge sets and production costs. It’s like KJo got an idea that if they make the sets big, it will divert the attention away from the film’s story. Something similar happened with ‘Kalank’ also. It’s like he got too much money and didn’t know what to do with it.
To be fair, the promos, trailer and songs were not that nice to begin with. But still, people do like it. This time, it’s a big NO. So, either KJo didn’t pay enough attention in pre-production, including the music of these films. Usually, his music is alright but this time…
Also, why in the world did they remake ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’?
First of all, they already took the title of this song and made a film on it years ago and now they remake the song calling it, ‘The Jawaani Song’.
If Jaya Bhaduri wasn’t so indebted to KebabJo, she would have blasted him. But you know, since he is pretty much responsible for pushing her daughter in our faces, Mrs. Bachchan can’t say sh!t. You know her? She would have snapped.
This song is one of the few songs where Jaya appeared glamorous compared to her other roles. It might be her only glamorous song, if we are not mistaken.
Why remake it?
By the way, it’s a nice film. There’s another famous song in it. You might have heard it:
Also, let’s just say it. Randhir Kapoor is a horrible actor. No wonder he couldn’t get movies!
Mrs. Bachchan, though. She’s an amazing actor!
We have seen a lot of Jaya Bhaduri’s films. Years ago, she did a ‘Walk The Talk’ interview where the journalist talked about how Jaya got a scholarship at the age of 15 to study acting at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), where she graduated with a gold medal. Something like that.
So, we were naturally curious about her talent and went to find all of the films she did when she was young. We found only the famous ones, like Guddi, Mili, Koshish, Bawarchi, and Chupke Chupke. Oh, Bawarchi has a similar storyline to ‘Hero No1’ – yes that Govinda film. Her films are sweet, decent and nice. It’s watchable with the whole family, including kids.
It’s sad that she gave up acting after her kids were born. She never really lived professionally to her full potential.
Anyway, back to SOFY2.
See, how life works. They tried to sabotage someone else’s career (and many more careers) and theirs are slowly coming down organically (Ranbir’s favourite word!). No one is paying people not to like these songs, they just don’t! No matter how many fake reviews or praises they put out, it is still not working.
Did you watch the songs?
Most importantly, do you like the songs?