The Latest Song ‘Lagdi Hai Thaai’ From ‘Simran’ Will Put A Smile On Your Face

A few days back the trailer of Kangana Ranaut starrer ‘Simran’ was released and instantly was trending on the internet, the movie is directed by critically acclaimed director Hansal Mehta, previously he directed movies like ‘Shahid’, ‘Citilights’ and ‘Aligrah’, all of his movies got critical appreciation. Now in ‘Simran’, it looks like he is trying to do something different, his earlier films were inspired by real events and also were very serious films, ‘Simran’, obviously looks interesting but it is way different than Hansal’s previous films.

Today the first song ‘Lagdi hai Thaai’ from the movie released, it is a song which completely describes Kangana’s character in the movie. The video starts as someone is getting married and Kangana is a guest there, we see everyone dancing in the song obviously it is an Indian wedding so dancing and music is a must. Kangana shows some of her desi moves and she looks beautiful.

The song gives us the feeling of ‘London Thumakda’ song from ‘Queen’ which came in 2014, we can say that Kangana’s character is similar to her character of Queen, only different here is that she is a modern girl who lives in California, while in ‘Queen’ she was a desi girl from Delhi.

The song is sung by Jonita Gandhi and Guru Randhawa, while the duo of Sachin-Jigar has composed the music. The lyrics are written by Vayu. There is something about Sachin-Jigar’s music it attracts everyone, they are one of the music composers who will rule Bollywood in the coming years, they have given the music in the upcoming movie ‘A Gentleman’ too, and all of the songs of that movie are also good.

‘Simran’ will release on 15th September and it is one of the movies which we should look forward. Kangana Ranaut’s character looks interesting in this movie.

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