Bol Soundtrack Album Leaks in the Wild

May 25, 2011

Shocking yet true, Shoaib Mansoor‘s much-awaited social drama film Bol‘s soundtrack which is one of the most anticipated albums this year, has been leaked in full to the internet.

The first track “Hona Tha Pyar” from Bol soundtrack was leaked in September, last year and became an internet hit and now unfortunately the whole music album has been leaked in the wild before the official release.

The soundtrack album, which contains 8 tracks, was supposed to be released on the 30th of May by Fire Records in Pakistan and by Tips Music worldwide.

Shoaib Mansoor’s ‘Bol’ Music To Release on May 30th, 2011

May 15, 2011

We’ve been teased relentlessly with the delays in the release of acclaimed Pakistani director Shoaib Mansoor‘s much-awaited social drama film ‘Bol‘, which has now been confirmed for 24 June release worldwide. Now comes news of the actual soundtrack album which is almost here. The music will be released on the 30th of May by Fire Records in Pakistan and by Tips Music worldwide.

The first track “Hona Tha Pyar” from Bol soundtrack was leaked in September, last year and became an internet hit.

Produced and distributed by entertainment giant, Eros and Geo Films, ‘Bol‘ which stars Humaima Malick, singer Atif Aslam, Mahira Khan and Iman Ali in the lead, will finally hit the theatres this summer, by which time everyone should be more than familiar with the soundtrack.

Below are the soundtrack album credits:

Shoaib Mansoor’s ‘Bol’ confirmed for 24 June release worldwide

May 10, 2011
Atif Aslam & Mahira Khan - Bol

Atif Aslam & Mahira Khan - BolThe release date for Shoaib Mansoor‘s much-awaited social drama film ‘Bol‘, which stars Humaima Malick, singer Atif Aslam, Mahira Khan and Iman Ali in the lead, has been delayed several times. However, today the makers have confirmed that Bol will be released worldwide on the 24th June, 2011.

“Acclaimed Pakistani film-maker Shoaib Mansoor’s film ‘Bol’ confirmed for 24 June release worldwide,” says Indian film trade analyst, Taran Adarsh.

Earlier today, Tips Music (India) officially released the song “Hona Tha Pyar” on their youtube channel which was leaked in September, last year.

Shoaib Mansoor’s ‘Bol’ Release Delayed in Pakistan & India?

May 3, 2011

Acclaimed Pakistani director Shoaib Mansoor‘s much-awaited social drama film Bol which was initially confirmed for 20 May release in India and the rest of the world, is likely to be delayed due to multiple releases in the coming weeks. The business, naturally, hit an all-time low due to multiple releases so the producers (Eros) are planning to re-schedule the release date of Bol.

“There’s talk that Eros is also planning to shift BOL to another date,” says Indian film trade analyst, Taran Adarsh.

Possibilities are that the Atif Aslam starer film will also be delayed here in Pakistan as Geo Films haven’t started promoting the film in full swing and only 17 days are left until 20th May.

Atif Aslam to make his Bollywood acting debut in Kumar Taurani’s next

October 20, 2010

First it was the Prince of Pop, Ali Zafar, who made his bollywood acting debut with the film Tere Bin Laden, bagged a second-lead role in Yash Raj Films’ Mere Brother Ki Dulhan and another one, apparently in David Dhawan’s Chashme Badoor, and now its well known, that the heart-throb for millions of Asians, the Pop sensation, Atif Aslam, who will be making his acting debut in Bollywood in a film being produced by Kumar Taurani of Tips. Atif Aslam has already made his acting debut in a Pakistani film Bol, which has been directed by Shoaib Mansoor, and is slated to release next year.

Kumar Taurani who confirmed the news saying, “Yes, Atif will be making his Bollywood debut with my film. However, though I am saying this it should be clear that nothing is yet finalized, we are still talking to Atif.”

Atif Aslam’s Tere Liye, Is It Really Edited?

February 27, 2010

There has been a lot of controversy and I mean a LOT when i say it, over the song Tere Liye by Atif Aslam for Prince It’s Showtime. The song first came out with few objectionable phrases which were highly objected by the Pakistani and Muslim audience. On such massive protest, TIPS decided to edit the songs and removed those objectionable phrases from the song. Later when the music of the film was released, the objectionable phrases were excluded from the songs.

However, the official music video which came out today, is still based on the old version of “Tere Liye” and has those objectionable phrases. What exactly is TIPS trying to do? I don’t know. Share your views