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WE HAVE OUR NEW PARTY ANTHEM WITH RELEASE OF ZINGAAT

By Gurpreet Kaur . 27th June 2018 10:30pm
WE HAVE OUR NEW PARTY ANTHEM WITH RELEASE OF ZINGAAT

Today another song of the upcoming movie Dhadak, Zingaat, released and we just can't stop listening to it. It is the remake of the original song from Marathi blockbuster Sairaat. The Marathi version had already won over the hearts and minds of the young generation and in fact, it has more than 118 million views on YouTube. [caption id="attachment_40836" align="alignnone" width="1920"]marathi zingaat Source[/caption] The original Marathi song and this Hindi version has been sung by Ajay-Atul, who had also given the music to Agneepath (2012). Rinku Rajguru and Aakash Thosar were the actors who had featured in the Marathi Zingaat, but this Dharma Productions song features Shahid Kapoor's half brother and one movie old, Ishaan Khatter and Late Sridevi's elder daughter, Janhvi Kapoor. [caption id="attachment_40835" align="alignnone" width="750"]moves Source[/caption] The major and only difference between the two songs is that the Hindi version of the song is completely choreographed (by Farah Khan) unlike the original one which was a spontaneous fun-filled track. If the fan-reactions on YouTube are to be believed, this was one of the features which was loved by the audience the most about the Sairat song. This is the second song from the film which has been released. First was, Dhadak, which also happens to be the title track of the movie. The soulful notes of this romantic number had already hit the heart strings. Now, with the release of Zingaat, it can be safely said that the movie promises an eclectic soundtrack. Zingaat's beats force the person listening to the song shake the shoulders and tap the feet to its tune. Add to it the cuteness of Janhvi Kapoor and the chocolate boy charm of Ishaan, and the song has all the right elements, on fleek! We are expecting it to become another party anthem which would make people go crazy and insane while dancing on it. Not tuned in to this Zingaat song yet? Well, go right ahead: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd9wF5fAnVw