Sara Ali Khan is living her dreams. The actress had a cinematic upbringing, thanks to the parents of the Bollywood star, and she dreamed of becoming an actress herself. One play after another, the 26-year-old fulfills her dreams from her debut with Kedarnath in 2018. After starring in plays such as Simmba and Love Aaj Kal, we will soon see her in Atrangi Re, co-starring Dhanush and Akshay Kumar.
The first song directed by Aanand L Rai has been released, which shows Sara doing everything she dreamed of as a Bollywood heroine. Dresses in lime green sari, the actress, who plays a girl from Bihar, can be seen dancing with her heart, displaying movements that are as desi as possible.
The song, titled Chaka Chak, takes place at a wedding event in South India, where Sara appears to sing and dance in a flower-decorated courtyard. It seems to be Dhanush’s character commitment. Sharing the song on Instagram, Sara wrote in her typical rhyme style, “Bihar Ki chori ka nikla Gaana. Ab har shaadi par yahi bajana. Majaa aana guarantee. “
The song was composed, adapted and produced by AR Rahman, performed by Shreya Ghoshal with lyrics by Irshad Kamil. The film marks Rahman’s second collaboration with Aanand L Rai post Raanjhanaa. The album consists of a fusion of folk and classical songs. Conductor AR Rahman has composed an impressive and soulful album for the film with songs written by Irshad Kamil.
Directed by Aanand L Rai will bring you an original and shocking story from the heart of India. A healthy Indian entertainer who will make you feel every emotion in the book, the film is written by Himanshu Sharma. Gulshan Kumar and T-Series, Aanand L Rai and Cape Of Good Films present Atrangi Re, a Color Yellow production, produced by Aanand L Rai and Himanshu Sharma, produced by Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar. The film, directed by Aanand L Rai, is coming to Disney + Hotstar soon.
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