Didn't think the banter between the two cities was enough? Here's a longer battle between Mumbai & Delhi.
The Bank Chors have now taken on the globally popular format of the ‘epic rap battle’ with a new song called BC Rap Knockout: Mumbai vs Delhi. The rap battle is a one-of-its-kind musical bout between two sides, and the Bank Chors have cashed in on the age-old rivalry of India’s two most loved cities, Mumbai and Delhi, for it.
Where Riteish Deshmukh, who plays Marathi Manoos Champak Chiplunkar in the movie, leads the Mumbai side in the rap-off, the Delhi side is led by India’s Olympic medal-winning boxer Vijender Singh himself, in a special ‘knockout’ appearance, making the song officially the coolest thing about the movie.
Much like the punches he exchanges in the boxing ring, Vijender has traded rap punches on the song, delivered to the voice of underground desi rapper Pardhaan, while Riteish’s voice is given by the original Mumbai gully rapper, Naezy. Both rappers are managed and repped by One Digital Entertainment, which collaborated with Y-Films on this special track.
Self-confessedly India’s STUPIDEST comic thriller, Bank Chor, directed by Bumpy and produced by Ashish Patil, is all set to embarrass its makers when it releases in theatres on June 16. The trailer of the film is already out on YouTube.com/YFilms. Please watch it. Pretty please!
Artist Courtesy - One Digital Entertainment
Thanks to the Hip-Hop gurus at One Digital for collaborating on the project by bringing on board Naezy & Pardhaan
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BC Rap Knockout: Mumbai vs Delhi Song Credits:
Rappers - Naezy and Pardhaan
Music Composer - Shamir Tandon
Lyrics and Rap Design - Varun Likhate
Programmed By - Deep Chakraborty
Additional Vocals - Ahan and Deep
Recorded at Emsquare and Euphony Studio Mumbai by - Smith Thampan , Bhaskar Sharma and Partha P.Das
Mixed and Mastered by - Eric Pillai (Future Sound of Bombay)
Mixing Assistants - Michael Edwin Pillai and Lucky
Music Supervisor - Ahan Shah for Music Boutique
Assisted by - Tushar Wader
Music Video Credits:
Production House: Those Guys Productions
Directed by: Cyril D'Abreo & Vivek Gupta
Cinematographer: Zuhair Afsar
Choreographer: Bunty, Mac
Producer: Ashish Patil
Starring: Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Anand Oberoi, Rhea Chakraborty
Also starring: Sahil Vaid, Bhuvan Arora, Vikram Thapa
Background Score: Shri Sriram & Superbia
Music: Shri Sriram, Rochak Kohli, Kailash Kher & Shamir Tandon
Choreographer: Adil Shaikh, Those Guys Productions
Sound: Ganesh Gangadharan & Sameer Kumar Patra
Re-Recording Mixer: Anuj Mathur, Y-Films
Costume Designer: Maxima Basu
Creative Executive Producer: Nikhil Taneja
Production Designer: Aparna Raina
Editor: Saurabh Kulkarni
Casting Director: Shanoo Sharma
Associate Producer: Aashish Singh
Dialogues: Ishita Moitra Udhwani
Story: Baljeet Singh Marwah & Bumpy
Screenplay: Baljeet Singh Marwah, Bumpy, Omkar Sane & Ishita Moitra Udhwani
Director of Photography: Adil Afsar
Introducing the worst bank Chor EVER: Champak Chandrakant Chiplunkar, a simple Marathi manoos played by Riteish Deshmukh who picks the worst day possible to rob a bank. To make matters worse, he recruits 2 idiots from Delhi who’ve never even picked a pocket in their lives. Now top that off with the craziest bunch of hostages including a high-strung housewife, a hyper chef, a possibly undercover cop… and Baba Sehgal. How could it be worse, right?
Wrong! Enter tough as nails supercop, CBI officer Amjad Khan played by Vivek Anand Oberoi, who shoots first and interrogates later. And a mad media circus outside led by fashion journo turned crime reporter Gayatri Ganguly aka Gaga played by Rhea Chakraborty. And you know the Bankchors are up for the worst day of their lives. Yet. The film promises to be a crazy roller-coaster ride with thrills, chills and certainly lots of spills.
Self-confessedly India’s STUPIDEST comic thriller, Bank Chor, directed by Bumpy and produced by Ashish Patil, is all set to embarrass its makers when it releases in theatres on June 16.