Singer Guru Randhawa has just recreated his super hit melody "Patola" for B-town film "Blackmail". The feels immense pleasure to once again collaborate with actor Irrfan Khan and producer Bhushan Kumar of T-Series after "Suit suit" from "Hindi Medium". The upcoming flick is directorial of Abhinay Deo which has just seen a release of Badshah's "Happy happy" song. And now the next one will be feature Randhawa's foot-tapping number featuring Irrfan Khan and Kirti Kulhari along with the singer against the backdrop of a 'wedding mandap'. The bride (Kirti Kulhari) can be seen dancing uninhibitedly while the groom (Irrfan) is shyly soaking in the revelry being enjoyed by his newly married wife. Singer of the melody, Randhawa said in a statement;
It's a great high for me to collaborate with Bhushan sir and Irrfan sir again after 'Suit suit'. I loved working with them earlier and it was the same now in 'Blackmail'. I hope the song turns out to be as successful as 'Suit suit'.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-ZEHL4Df-A It was when Deo shared a thought about wanting a lively song to be incorporated in "Blackmail" just the way "Suit suit" was included in "Hindi Medium". Then, "Patola" was suggested. Randhawa added;
Bhushan sir gave me a break with this song in 2015. The song became popular worldwide. People loved the song a lot. It's a simple song which compliments a girl on her beauty and looks. Interestingly, in 2018, it has been turned into a celebration song in a wedding. There is a lot of Indian vibe, Punjabi flavour to this one.Randhawa is also happy with the song's video in the movie, which is a quirky comedy that also features Divya Dutta, Arunoday Singh, Omi Vaidya, Anuja Sathe, Pradhuman Singh Mall and Gajraj Rao.
Abhinay Deo has been a fantastic director. The way he shot the video is very crazy. He brought in a lot of colour and energy to it. I hope the audience blesses this song just like they have liked my old songs.Also backed by RDP Motion Pictures, the movie will release on April 6.
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