Satellite Shankar Song Aari Aari: Sooraj Pancholi Presents A Firecracker Of A Song This Diwali; Get Ready To Party All Night

The makers of Satellite Shankar have now released the first track, Aari Aari which is a remake of 2015’s Bombay Rockers’ song with the same name

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Satellite Shankar Song Aari Aari: Sooraj Pancholi Presents A Firecracker Of A Song This Diwali; Get Ready To Party All Night
After impressing us with his debut film, Hero which was released in 2015, where he essayed the role of a rebel lover opposite Athiya Shetty is now set to slip into the role of a soldier in Satellite Shankar. The trailer of the film released a few days ago, leaving everyone impressed and now the makers have now released the first song, Aari Aari and we are already grooving on it. The teaser was revealed yesterday, completely leaving us all excited for the song.

In the peppy dance number, Sooraj is seen shaking a leg with his army men on the tunes of Aari Aari. The song is a revamped version of 2015’s Bombay Rockers song with the same name. The song is definitely bringing in the festive mood this Diwali. The iconic and one of the most popular songs in 2015 has been recreated by Tanishk Bagchi, sung by Romy, Bombay Rockers and has been penned by Kumaar.


Talking about the song, Pancholi told Mumbai Mirror that the song is a special celebratory number in which Sooraj will dance along with a troop of army men. He also said that he had fun shooting the song and as the festive season is just around the corner, he feels that this is the perfect song to get grooving.


Talking about the film, Satellite Shankar is based on the life of Indian soldiers which tells a story of the adventures of an Indian soldier. Apart from Sooraj Pancholi, the film also stars Meghna Akash as the female lead. The film is slated to hit the big screens on November 15, 2019.

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