Rangtaari: Aayush Sharma dances in LED pants in new Loveratri song. Watch here

Loveratri song Rangtaari, featuring debutant Aayush Sharma, has been shared by producer Salman Khan.

Updated: Sep 13, 2018 14:08:11

By HT Correspondent

Loveratri song Rangtaari, featuring Aayush Sharma, has an unmistakable Navratri flavour.

Salman Khan on Wednesday shared a new song from the film, Loveratri. The track, named Rangtaari, is a peppy dance number, much like many of the songs we’ve heard so far from the film, and features a verse by Yo Yo Honey Singh.

Dev Nagi is credited as the lead singer of the song, whose lyrics have been penned by Shabbir Ahmed. The rap lyrics have been co-written by Yo Yo and Hommie Dilliwala.


Like the other songs we’ve heard from the film - Chogada, Tera Hua and Akh Lad Jaave - the track has an unmistakable Gujarati/Navratri flavour. The film, which marks the Bollywood debuts of actors Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain, is set against the backdrop of the colourful Hindu festival - which prominently features dance and celebrations.

Aayush plays the role of a happy go lucky boy from Baroda, who falls in love with an NRI, played by Warina, when she visits the town during Navratri. In the video of Rangtaari, we see Aayush walking out onto the dance floor, wearing a bracelet not unlike his mentor and brother-in-law, Salman Khan, and begins dancing enthusiastically. While his co-star Warina does not make an appearance in the video, it does feature men in silver makeup and LED tights.


Directed by Abhiraj Minawala and produced by Salman under the banner of Salman Khan Films, the flick will hit the theatres on October 5.

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First Published: Sep 12, 2018 11:33:44


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