A catchy Indian Bollywood tune called “Chaiya Chaiya” seriously energizes the opening and closing credit sequence of Spike Lee’s Inside Man (Universal, 3.24), and is one of the best things about it. The cut was previously used for an allegedly decent Indian 1998 film called Dil Se (i.e., From the Heart.) The composer is a guy named A.R. Rahman, the composer for Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s Bombay Dreams on Broadway (and in London), and currently the composer for the Lord of the Rings musical that’s opening (or will soon open) in Toronto.