• 'Rangtaari' is an energetic tailormade song for every festival

    12th September 2018

    Indian Cinema has given us some highly enthusiastic songs that can be played on the festive occasions. Whether it is Agneepath's song Deva Shri Ganesha Or OMG's song 'Go Govinda' these numbers are played on loop when it comes to auspicious Indian festivals. The makers of 'Loveratri' have assured that this festive trot won't be empty and after the peppy garba song 'Chogada'; they are out with a super energetic song titled 'Rangtaari' tailormade for our various traditional festive seasons.

    The song features Aayush Sharma showcasing his mesmerizing dance steps on stage keeping the energy of the song at its peak. Click here to watch Rangtaari official music video.

    Interestingly the song's rap verses are penned and performed by Yo Yo Honey Singh, whereas Tanishk Bagchi's energetic composition makes it a special one.

    Speaking about the song director Abhiraj Minawala said,"The feel and look of the song will give a total fest vibe where Aayush will be seen performing on a foot tapping solo song for the first time for which he took an extensive lesson before getting into the beat. Unlike other songs, this is not a garba based and will rather have a pan-India appeal."

    Written by Niren Bhatt, 'Loveratri' and directed by debutant director Abhiraj Minawala, 'Loveratri' is slated to release on October 5, 2018. 

    The makers even dropped its making video which begins showcasing director Abhiraj Minawal speaking about the tone of the song and how powerful is this number. He talks about the situation that is set as Aayush is performing in some college festival as per the narrative; he has to show what he has got with a number of dance moves.

    The complete in charge of the act is Choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant who gives the command and instructs Aayush by showcasing steps and performing it too. She is full of praises for the actor by the end. Click here to watch 'Rangtaari' making video 

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