Tara Sutaria Is The New 'Masakali'; Sonam Kapoor's Track To Get A Trippy Twist

A R Rahman's Masakali song featuring Sonam Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan is all set to get its 2.0 version. Tara Sutaria and Sidharth Malhotra are all set to feature in its reboot version

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Tara Sutaria Is The New 'Masakali'; Sonam Kapoor's Track To Get A Trippy Twist
Masakali song from Delhi 6 featuring Sonam Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan and a white pigeon had become very famous. Music given by legendary AR Rahman, this song made it to the playlist of every music lover instantly. Well, if you enjoyed Masakali so much then here is a good news for you. The 2.0 version of this song is coming up soon and it features Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria. Reportedly, it is Tanishk Bagchi who is crafting music for the reboot version of Masakali which will be sung by Tulsi Kumar and Sachet Tandon. 

Tara and Sidharth definitely seem to be very excited about this song. Tara says, "It was a breeze. It's such a catchy song despite being a midtempo tune. Bhushanji and Tanishk have reimagined the 2.0 version beautifully while Tulsi and Sachet have given it a fun, sexy spin, which I love," as reported by Mumbai Mirror. So Tara is going to be our new Masakali taking it over from Sonam Kapoor; we wonder what the lady has to say about this. 


Further, coincident or not, Masakali 2.0 is about two people who are locked in their homes; resonating with the current situation amidst Coronavirus lockdown. On this, Sidharth says, "We have unintentionally made a song revolving around two people cooped up indoors and still doing a lot of masti." 


Bhushan Kumar who is producing the song shared that Masakali song was his personal favourite and since it is still a rage among youth, he decided to present it in a new fashion. We are waiting for it, bring it on. 



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