- Rangtaari has been sung by Dev Negi
- The song also features rap by Yo Yo Honey Singh
- Loveratri is scheduled to release on October 5
Peeps, do you have your dancing shoes on? If not, then get yourself ready because Aayush Sharma is here with the latest song from his film Loveratri. Rangtaari, starring Aayush, released on Wednesday and the song does not disappoint for sure. Rangtaari is a peppy dance number, which has been sung by Dev Negi and Shabbir Ahmed has written lyrics for it. The song also features rap by Yo Yo Honey Singh. Rangtaari perfectly encapsulates the festive fervour. The song has already garnered over three lakh likes within few hours. Aayush Sharma co-stars with Warina Hussain in the movie, who however, does not make an appearance in the new song.
Watch the new song here.
Salman Khan also shared the video of Rangtaari on social media and captioned it: "Watch the amazing Rangtaari song, Maine toh picture produce ki hai aur mujhe to maza aa gaya dekh ke. Aap bhi batao, if you do like the song." Salman Khan produces Loveratri.
Previously, makers of Loveratri had released three songs from the film - Tera Hua, Chogada and Akh Lad Jave. Chogada currently has over 43 million views.
Watch the song here.
Both Aayush and Warina are making their Bollywood debuts with Loveratri.
Speaking about his Bollywood debut, Aayush Sharma in an earlier interview to news agency IANS said: "I just feel very lucky to be part of Loveratriand showcase my talent to the audience. I never thought I could become an actor because it is very difficult to get a platform like Loveratri, and I didn't plan to become an actor. I never had any film contacts and I didn't even knew what is the right path to get into films."
Loveratri is a romantic drama set against the backdrop of Navratri in Gujarat. Aayush stars as a garba teacher from Baroda, who falls in love with an NRI, played by Warina.
Directed by Abhiraj Minawala, Loveratri also stars Ram Kapoor and Ronit Roy. The film is scheduled to release on October 5.
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