Mubarakan Song Hawa Hawa: Arjun Kapoor Woos Ileana D’Cruz With His Dance Moves

Arjun Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz feature in the contemporary version of the hit ’80s song Hawa Hawa and the pair’s chemistry makes this one a treat to watch
The makers of Mubarakan have dropped the second song of the film titled Hawa Hawa, a revival of the hit ’80s eponymous song, and the peppy beats will force you to put on your dancing shoes.
 

 
The track features Arjun Kapoor and Ileana D’Cruz, where the former is trying to woo his ladylove and their chemistry makes this one a treat to watch. The number has been sung by Mika Singh and Prakriti Kakar, penned by Kumaar and the music has been rendered by Gourov-Roshin.  
 
Looks like re-creating yesteryear’s hit songs seems to be the ongoing trend with every movie possessing at least one such number.
 
Furthermore, most people believe that the Hawa Hawa song sung by Pakistani singer Hassan Jahangir is an original. Not many know that the Jahangir's rendition is actually a cover of the 1991 song Havar Havar by Persian singer Kourosh Yaghmaei. Therefore, the Mubarakan song is actually a remake of a remake.
 
Here's Hassan Jahangir's version:
hassan jahangir version of hawa hawa
Hassan Jahangir's Version Of Hawa Hawa
 
Here's Kourosh Yaghmaei's original:

 
Coming to the movie, Mubarakan, this is the first time that Anil Kapoor and Arjun have collaborated for any movie. The trailer of the film has already earned a positive response as it gives us a glimpse of their funny shenanigans. More than Arjun's double role, its Anil Kapoor's antics which gets the laughs.


Arjun Kapoor plays Karan and Charan, identical twins who through a quirk of fate end up being brought up as cousins. While one grows up in Chandigarh, the other is brought up in London. The fun begins when their families start searching for a bride for Karan and Charan, unaware of the fact that they already have girlfriends. Romancing the two Arjuns are hotties Ileana D'Cruz and Athiya Shetty. The trailer leaves you wondering if their genius uncle Anil Kapoor is able to get them out of the mess. 
 
Mubarakan, which hits theatres on July 28, will face tough competition at the box-office from Madhur Bhandarkar's political drama, Indu Sarkar.


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