Dhadak Song Zingaat: Janhvi Kapoor & Ishaan Khatter Dance Like No One’s Watching!

Dhadak makers have unveiled the second song of the film, Zingaat. The song is the Hindi remake of 2016’s chartbuster of Marathi film, Sairat and has Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter flaunting their electrifying moves. The song will soon exclusively play on 9XM & 9X Jhakaas...

The Hindi remake of 2016’s chartbuster, Zingaat, is out now. The makers of Dhadak have dropped the song online and we bet you would want to put on your dancing shoes right away. Janhvi Kapoor & Ishaan Khatter share sizzling chemistry and match step to this fast-paced song. The song will soon exclusively play on 9XM & 9X Jhakaas.

This Hindi version is composed and sung by Ajay-Atul, who have also composed the Marathi version from Sairat (2016). The lyrics are penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya and choreographed by Farah Khan.

Watch the song below:

Last Wednesday, the makers released the first and title song of the film, Dhadak Hai Na. The soulful number has Janhvi & Ishaan confessing love for each other at picturesque locations.

Composed by Ajay-Atul, the track has been sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Ajay Gogavale, and the lyrics have been penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

The trailer of Dhadak was released earlier this month and it had made a great first impression. Janhvi reminded us of her mother Sridevi almost all along in the prelude. Ishaan, who impressed immensely in Majid Majidi’s Beyond The Clouds, was intense. Both are clearly stars in the making.

Coming back to the song, Karan Johar wanted a typical item song feel to it with a big canvas and commercial touch. Director Shashank Khaitan had contrasting ideas about it but what Farah eventually did with it was completely different.

While talking to a leading daily Farah had then revealed, "Karan said that his director Shashank [Khaitan] was scared to call me and that he really wants me to do a song for the movie. The minute he said that the song in question is Zingaat, I told him that I won't do it because it's a cult song.”

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