Rangeela Raja Title Song: After Making Us Laugh With Fryday, Govinda Is Back With Another Laugh-Riot

Rangeela Raja's first song is out, and it features Govinda in two different avatars. Produced by Pahlaj Nihalani, the song has been shot at an expensive budget of Rs 3 Cr, and it looks grand. Check out the title track right here

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Rangeela Raja Title Song: After Making Us Laugh With Fryday, Govinda Is Back With Another Laugh-Riot

After enthralling the masses with Fryday, Govinda is set to be back to entertain us on big screen with Rangeela Raja directed by Pahlaj Nihalani. He is going to play a double role in the film. The trailer of the movie was released a few days back, and it has been appreciated by all.

The makers have now released the first song from the film, which is the title song. SpotboyE.com had brought to you exclusive stills from the song during its shoot on August 7. Check out the song right here:

Reportedly, the song has been shot at an exorbitant budget of Rs 3 Cr. Alongside Govinda, the song also features Mishka Chourasia and Digangna Suryavanshi. With 500 junior artistes and dancers, the song is surely looking grand. The song has been choreographed by Chinni Prakash.

Talking about this collaboration with Govinda after so many years, producer Pahlaj Nihalani recently had said to a section of the media, “It is titled Rangeela Raja and it’s an out-and-out comedy. But comedy of a kind never attempted by Govinda before. Unlike the streetwise comic characters, Govinda is famous for, he plays a very sophisticated character in Rangeela Raja. He has a double role. But he slips into four different characters. Audiences who have been waiting for Govinda’s comeback will be very pleased to see what he has done in Rangeela Raja. It is almost like a rebirth of Govinda and I feel happy to be doing his comeback film."

When asked the same about Mr Nihalani, Govinda had said, “I have worked with him in Ilzaam, a dancing film, in 1986, then I did Shola Aur Shabnam, an action film, in 1992, and then a comedy film with him in 1993, Aankhein. So, he has backed great films, and made me a part of these films. In this film (Rangeela Raja) also, you’ll see me in a very different role, and I hope this becomes my style in Bollywood now, and I bounce back.” Directed by Sikander Bharti, Rangeela Raja is set to hit theatres on November 16.

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