Abhishek Bacchan hit songs
Abhishek Bacchan had a huge challenge of creating his own identity in bollywood films as most of his style was similar to the style of Big B, which happened with lot of other actors too. Abhishek Bacchan had created his own dialogue delivery and mannerism during the last 5 years. He had given lips in many notable songs during the period.
His lips in the songs “mere humsafar, mere humsafar”, “panchi, nadiya, pawan ke jhoke”, “aisa lagta hai” sung by Sonu Nigam and composed by Anu Malik, in the film Refugee, stormed bollywood in the mid-90s. Kareena Kapoor also did very well in the film, and the pair was accepted by the viewers. The film was based on the life of villager who stayed in the border districts of India and helped people to cross the Indian border to travel to Pakistan and come from Pakistan to India. He had helped people for the rightful cause.
His lips in the songs “dharak dharak” sung by Udit Narayan in the film Bunty Aur Babli, was very impressive. He performed opposite Rami Mukherjee in the film and both the stars had acted in a challenging role. Both of them practiced fraud and were involved in unlawful activities. But to the astonishment of lot of people, the police failed to arrest them until Big B caught them at the end of the film. The other song in the film “aisi nazar se”, became extremely successful due to strong lips of Aishwarya Rai who made a guest appearance in the film.
Abhishek Bacchan gave adequate lips in the song “kuch na kaho” from the film Kuch Na Kaho, where Aishwariya Rai was the leading actress. Both of them complimented each other in the film.
Abhishek Bacchan also provided adequate performance in the song “kabhi neem neem”, in the film Yuva, where the main song was sung for Rani Mukherjee. It was film based on the student movement in Kolkata. Abhishek Bacchan was well supported by Vivek Oberoi and Ajay Devgan in the film who were the other leading actors in the film. Abhishek was also sublime in the film Dhoom -2 and Guru.The viewers expect Abhishek Bacchan to continue his good work in the years to come.