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This scene in 'Action' is originally from Rajinikanth's flick, 'Enthiran'. Photo: YouTube. The American group Black Eyed Peas has a new music video out for its song Action and the music video features a number of over-the-top action sequences taken from Kollywood and Bollywood movies. According to a report on The Indian Express , the action scenes in the music video are identical to the film they are taken from, except the faces of the actors have been replaced with faces of Black Eyed Peas' members. Besides Indian films, Action also features a scene from a Swedish action comedy, Kopps. Do not believe everything you see On its official YouTube channel, the group noted: "The Black Eyed Peas have been inspired by Indian culture from the beginning of our career From Asha Bhosle to A. R Rahman, Indian music has influenced our songs on more than one occasion Are you ready for retirement?
The Black Eyed Peas dropped a brand new song and video off at Apple Music yesterday on the occasion of their twentieth anniversary. It's pedestrian, a string of lines cribbed from timeless rap singles interwoven with hollow promises to "take it back to yesterday" over a beat that sounds very much like today. The video plugs the group into the covers of classic hip-hop albums as they pick them up in a record store, a concept Erykah Badu already perfected in with "Honey" for a song that sounds like it's trying to catch some of the sparks given off from Lil Mama's goofy, viral "Sausage. It's cleanly shot, but there's certain shit you shouldn't touch when you're the dudes responsible for "My Humps" and "I Gotta Feeling. We have to talk, because All photos are screenshots from the video. Where is Fergie?