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Published on 18 Dec 2014 | about 1 year ago

Bipasha Basu and Karan Grover ‘Katra’ song in ‘Alone’ lovely to listen to, sexy to watch
Alone | Bipasha Basu And Karan Singh Grover Hot Bed Scene
The video music teaser of the Bhushan Patel directed horror film ‘Alone’ starring Bipasha Basu and Karan Singh Grover, titled ‘Katra’, is out on YouTube and despite being only 28 seconds long, the song sounds great, and the lead pair look steaming hot.
The steamiest song in Bollywood history is unarguably the song ‘Jaadu Hai Nasha Hai’ sung by Shreya Ghoshal in the film ‘Jism’ and shot between Basu and John Abraham, who were on screen and off screen lovers.

The track ‘Katra’ sung by Ankit Tiwari, with music by Jeet Ganguly, seems to try and reprise that feeling from ‘Jism’.

‘Katra’ seems to have the potential to be a runaway hit, rendered in a slow, mellifluous style, suited for the sexually charged lyrics, and the plenty of love making scenes between Basu and Grover in the background.

It remains to be seen, however, if Basu can ever achieve that kind of intimacy and languor on screen with Grover as she had effortlessly with Abraham, with whom she split up
Of course, age is also catching up with Basu. One gets the feeling from the video teaser of Katra that Basu looks a bit cold and aloof too in a sex scene with Grover.

The trailer of Alone has already crossed the 3 million mark on YouTube, and Katra has more than 30,000 views already.

The plot of the film centers around conjoined twins Anjana and Sanjana, played by Basu. The twins get surgically separated at an early age, and only one of them survived.

Years later, when the surviving twin comes back to her childhood home, accompanied by her lover/husband (played by Grover), the horror begins to unfold, with apparently the spirit of the twin who tragically died in the surgery out to get revenge.

The trailer shows some of the horror sequences experienced by the grown-up Basu: twin sets of footprints in sand on the beach, apparitions in room, mangled, bloodied leg dangling from the ceiling as she sleeps with Grover by her side.

The Bhushan Patel film is almost certainly a remake of the 2007 Thai film ‘Alone’, directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom. That film had starred Thai-German pop singer Marsha Wattanapanich. The plot of that film was loosely based on Agatha Christie’s book, ‘Elephants Can Remember.’

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