'Laal Ghagra': Kareena And Akshay Set The Stage On Fire Through This Party Number

Publish On: 17 Dec, 2019 03:19 PM | Updated   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: After impressing the audience with its super-fun trailer, the makers have been dropping songs that are very much enjoyable. The recent song "Laal Ghagra" features Kareena Kapoor Khan and Akshay Kumar where the duo has put their dancing shoes on. 

Sharing the song on his Instagram handle, Khiladi Kumar wrote, "Laal Ghagra: Good Newwz
Here to raise the temperature! #LaalGhaghra out now!
#GoodNewwz #KareenaKapoorKhan @diljitdosanjh @kiaraaliaadvani @karanjohar @apoorva1972 @shashankkhaitan @raj_a_mehta @somenmishra @manjmusik @herbiesahara @nehakakkar @tanishk_bagchi @azeemdayani @zeestudiosofficial @dharmamovies #CapeOfGoodFilms @zeemusiccompany."


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"Laal Ghagra" is a peppy party number that will compel you to come on stage and shake a leg. Kareena and Akshay's chemistry is surely unmissable in the latest release. While Akshay is sporting a dapper look, Kareena looks mesmerizing in a very obvious 'laal ghagra'. The song also shows a baby at the end so we are guessing that it might come up during the end credits when all their goof ups come to a happy ending. 

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The other Batras of the movie, Diljit Dosanjh and Kiara Advani are missing from the song. The last peppy released song "Sauda Khara Khara" showed the sparkling chemistry between the two and there we missed Bebo. But setting the screen on fire along with her Kambakkht Ishq co-star, she definitely made up for it. 

The song, which has been released a few hours ago, is a remake version of the original song with the same name sung by Herbie Sahara. This new version has been penned down by Tanisk Bagchi and is sung by Herbie Sahara, Manj Musik and the lyricist. 

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