If Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria’s sizzling chemistry was not enough for you guys then here comes a treat for you guys where the two will be reuniting for a new single titled, Masakali 2.0. Yes, if you enjoyed the original song Masakali so much then we are sure you might also love this new rendition featuring the same leads Tara Sutaria with her rumoured beau Sidharth Malhotra. The old version of the 2009 classic song which was composed by music maestro A.R. Rahman featured Sonam Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan from Delhi 6.
Earlier, there were reports of the song to be remade but confirming the same, Tara recently took to her Instagram account and shared the first poster of the same while captioning, “This lockdown, let love take over your feed and playlist! #Masakali2 releasing on April 8! @firstname.lastname@example.org @BhushanKumar @arrahman @tulsikumar15 @tanishk_bagchi @sachettandonofficial #PrasoonJoshi” The poster features Tara with her hand on Sidharth's shoulder as the two are seen exchanging smiles. Going by the poster, the picture so much reminds us of the Marjaavaan poster as the look and vibes are just the same as Milap Zaveri’s film.
On the other hand, Sidharth just a few minutes ago shared the teaser of the song which is all about hotness. He captioned the video as, "Stay indoors and enjoy some fun moments with your loved ones! Here’s sharing the teaser of #Masakali2!"
Like the original rendition, the 2.0 version of the song is also composed by AR Rahman but Tanishk Bagchi who is known for revamping the old songs will also be doing the same for Masakali 2 point O. the song will be crooned by Tulsi Kumar and Sachet Tandon and the lyrics of the song have been penned by famous lyricist Prasoon Joshi. The new song will be being presented by Bhushan Kumar's T-series on their page on April 8, 2020. Are you guys excited?
Image source: Instagram/ tarasutaria
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