Titled Prem Leela, the melody catches Salman doing his customary naach-gaana in his trademark way. While the film has Salman playing Prem, a nautanki artist arranging Ram Leela shows in Ayodhya, Prem Leela additionally remains as the introductory scene for Salman’s character in the film, the whole video in totality is entirely disappointing.
Sorry Salman, we cherish the greater part of your dhamakedaar entry sequences and the dialogue baozi yet the Prem Leela number is no place near any of your other starry entries in your mega blockbusters.
Off late, the on-screen character has begun denoting his entrance in motion pictures with catchy numbers and not making a bland star entry. The on-screen character entered as a committed Hanuman Bhakt with ‘Selfie le re’ which in a flash turned into a chartbuster and got consideration. With Prem Ratan Dhan Payo the on-screen character will be seen entering with ‘Prem Leela’ as Prem Dilwale.
While Salman’s typical entries are either stamped by an energetic move number or some high octane action sequences , the presentation scene of Sallu miyaan in every one of his movies are created in a manner to inspire all the ceetees and taalis from the gathering of people. While ‘Main Waapas Aa Gaya’ from Prem Leela likewise may acquire a considerable measure of cheer, the melody has an entire is a noteworthy frustration. A long way from being an appealing number, it doesn’t exactly do equity to Salman who tries hard with every one of his moves to inspire the audience.
Frankly, Salman’s sincere endeavors are obvious in the tune however the absence of rhythm and an appealing tune in the song certainly meets expectations adversely for the performing artist also. Also, if this is the introductory scene for Salman in PRDP, we beyond any doubt would be left disappointed. A slight bit.