The first song the film, ‘Chup Chup Ke’, has Emraan and Sagarika snogging in the bed on a bright morning. “Pehle kabhi hua karti thi, dil se meri dosti. Pehle kabhi raha karta tha yeh dil mere paas hi” these words sung by Ash King but lip-synced by Emraan Hashmi open the song.
A few cozy moments between the hero and heroine later, the song suddenly shifts gear and turns into a Sufi track and Emraan and Sagarika Ghatge are shown driving through what looks like Goan roads on a jeep.
Then Emraan Hashmi takes her to their new home and no prizes for guessing it’s a swanky pad and Sagarika can’t stop gushing; later she feigns painting a portrait of Marilyn Monroe.
The song ‘Chup Chup Ke’ is composed by Pritam and makes for a pleasant listening.
Rush, directed by Shamin Desai, has Emraan Hashmi playing a news reporter. Sagarika Ghatge plays his wife, but their marriage turns out not so perfect. Meanwhile, Emraan takes a high paying job under the media tycoon Roger Khanna (Aditya Pancholi) and his friend Lisa (Neha Dhupia) both of who pull him into a game from which there’s no escape without violence and death.