Adam Sandler And Jennifer Aniston Will Dance To The Tunes Of Avinash-Vishwajeet In Netflix’s Film ‘Murder Mystery 2’
Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston will dance to the tunes of Avinash-Vishwajeet in Netflix’s film ‘Murder Mystery 2.’
The Naatu Naatu song from SS Rajamouli’s film RRR has set the world on fire. After winning the Oscar Award, Natu Natu is on everyone’s tongue.
Even Tesla vehicles are dancing on Natu Natu, where can you find a better example of the popularity of the song than this?
Amidst this success of Natu Natu, the big news is coming about another Indian music composer duo.
The Avinash-Vishwajeet duo has composed a special song for Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston’s thriller Murder Mystery, releasing on March 31 on Netflix.
Wedding songs will show the grandeur of Indian weddings.
It is a wedding song titled King Di Wedding. It is a Punjabi dance song that tries to capture the grandeur and grandeur of Indian weddings. The song is sung by Farhad Bhiwandiwala.
Avinash-Vishwajeet has composed music for about 75 films in a career spanning 25 years, including Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, and Konkani films.
The music composer duo has done several stage shows at Royal Albert Hall with Asha Bhosle, and Shreya Ghoshal. Both will be present for the screening in Paris on 30 March.
Nick and Audrey will get a new case in marriage.
The comedy action film Murder Mystery 2 is directed by Jeremy Garelik. It is the sequel to the 2019 murder mystery.
The story of the film revolves around the adventures of two detective partners Nick Spitz and Audrey Spitz.
It is shown in the trailer that Nick’s friend Maharaja is getting married and invites both to his private island.
Nick confides this to Audrey, who reminds him that many people get killed whenever they hang out together.
Nick and Audrey arrive on the island, but the groom disappears on the day of the wedding and the two are embroiled in a new case. The story moves towards a bigger plot from here.
Glimpses of Indian music and culture have been visible in many Hollywood films. Such experiments have often been done in foreign films to connect with the audience.