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Year 2008 is turning out to be one of the defining years for producer Kumar Mangat. His Sunday has already been released while U Me Aur Hum, for which he is the Executive Producer, is all set to arrive in April. In the meanwhile, his One Two Three is now gearing up for a March release. This is not all as Summer 2008 would also see him arriving with Money Hai To Honey Hai and Haal-E-Dil. He would be visible towards year end as well as he would sign off with Toonpur Ka Superhero. Phew!
Coming back to One Two Three, the film is a comedy of errors directed by debutant Ashwani Dhir who is the man behind famous TV sitcom 'Office Office' (starring Pankaj Kapoor). With One Two Three, Ashwani takes a multi starrer route and also ropes in lyricist Aditya Dhar and promising composer Raghav Sachar who recently sung and composed a groovy
'Manzar' [Sunday] and had impressed around a year and a half back with his tunes in YRF's Kabul Express. The young man is known for his funky sound, as apparent from his non-film albums as well, and one hopes something similar for One Two Three too which promises to be a fun film.
Trademark Raghav Sachar flute kick-starts the title song 'One Two Three'. While Earl ED does the rap and reggae in the background, Kunal Ganjawala holds center stage and grooves for this entertaining track. A promotional track featuring the entire cast which takes just a single listening to get on to your lips, 'One Two Three' has female rendition it's highlight. Reason? The singer here is none other than Raghav himself who brings on the 50's style of singing and does quite a good imitation of singers from the yesteryears.