Padman Song Aaj Se Teri: Akshay Kumar Plays A Doting Husband To Radhika Apte In This Romantic Track

The makers of Padman just dropped the first song from the film – Aaj Se Teri – sometime ago and Akshay Kumar-Radhika Apte’s chemistry will keep you hooked

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Padman Song Aaj Se Teri: Akshay Kumar Plays A Doting Husband To Radhika Apte In This Romantic Track

The first song form Akshay Kumar’s much awaited film, Padman is finally here! The song, titled Aaj Se Teri, showcases the superstar and Radhika Apte’s love story. The song perfectly portrays that love is in the little things that you do for your partner. Akshay and Radhika’s gestures towards each other exemplify marital bliss. Moreover, Akshay and Radhika’s chemistry is refreshing to see on -screen.  


Arijit Singh has sung the track and the lyrics have been penned by Kausar Munir. Amit Trivedi has composed the music for the number.

The trailer of Padman was out last week and it has got rave reviews from audience and critics alike. The trailer introduces Akshay Kumar as Padman who is on a mission to provide sanitary pads to the women in rural India so that they live a healthy and hygienic life. His attempt of making a difference is opposed by a lot of people but despite that, he never gives up. While all superheroes wear capes and do unimaginable things like flying in the air or possessing super powers, our very own desi superhero is a rather unconventional one.




Padman is based on the real life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham who invented low-cost sanitary pad making machine and has innovated grass-roots mechanisms for generating awareness about traditional unhygienic practices around menstruation in rural India.

Directed by R Balki, produced by KriArj Entertainment, Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khana, Padman is slated to hit the silver screens on January 26, 2018.  


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