Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan's Kalank's music is uncannily similar to that of a superhero series

A Twitter user pointed out how Kalank's music is very similar to that of the superhero series The Flash. And well, you might agree too!
Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan's Kalank's music is uncannily similar to that of a superhero filmAlia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan's Kalank's music is uncannily similar to that of a superhero film
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Kalank has been highly appreciated by the fans and there is a lot that the fans seem to be expecting from the film already. Right from the first look of the actors to the teaser that released just yesterday, the film seems to be a great hit with the audiences, and we are sure that come April, and there will only be an added buzz about the film. The film stars Varun Dhawan, Alia BhattMadhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Aditya Roy Kapur and Sonakshi Sinha.

Kalank is said to have been Karan Johar's dream project and not only does the film have an ensemble cast, but its storyline is also intriguing given it is set during the partition area. The teaser was extremely pleasing to the eyes, and the look and feel is amazing. However, looks like apart from taking inspiration from Sanjay Leela Bhansali films, the background score of the film is also inspired. And the inspiration is taken from the superhero series The Flash's theme music.

(ALSO READ: Kalank teaser: Varun Dhawan is overwhelmed with all the love post the launch, thanks fans with a video)

What do you think about it? Drop in your comments below.

Meanwhile, Varun aka Zafar took to social media to thank the fans for the overwhelming response to the teaser and his character too. Varun stated how the last 24 hours have been one of the best days and that he is extremely happy about how the film is being received.

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It sounds a bit like Luminous and Unstoppable by Aleksander Dimitrijevic.

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