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Loveratri song Tera Hua: Aayush Sharma, Warina Hussain take you on a romantic day trip to Baroda

Loveratri’s latest song, Tera Hua, is a soothing romantic number featuring the film’s leads, Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain.

Updated: Aug 30, 2018 16:49:53

By HT Correspondent

Warina Hussain and Aayush Sharma in Loveratri song, Tera Hua. (YouTube)

All three of Loveratri’s songs have been surprisingly good so far. Makes us wonder why producer Salman Khan did not switch a single one with any of the unbearable songs from his latest release, Race 3.

Salman took to Twitter to share the latest song from his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma’s upcoming debut movie, Loveratri, on Thursday. “Yeh lo, aa gaya… #Loveratri ka naya gaana… very romantic! #TeraHua! I toh loved it!,” he wrote in his tweet.

The song is a saccharine romantic number sung by Pakistani singer Atif Aslam. The song may be slow but the beats carry a flavour of EDM-pop. The video features Aayush and the film’s leading lady, Warina Hussain, enjoying a day out in Baroda and the beauty of blossoming love. Warina plants him with kisses as they drive around town on their bikes and into colourful dream sequences.

Watch the video here:



 

Loveratri’s first song, Chogada, was released on August 14. It was heavy on Gujarati words but still peppered with proclamations of love in Hindi. The second song, Akh Lad Jaave was a perfect club number with a thick bass and sensuous vocals from Jubin Nautiyal and Aseez Kaur. In Akh Lad Jaave’s video, Aayush and Warina appear bathed in the club’s neon lights, dancing the night away.

Loveratri is a romantic drama set in Gujarat, against the backdrop of Navratri. 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.

 

At Loveratri’s trailer launch, Salman had said that Aayush rejected 10 scripts before signing this film. “When Abhiraj Minawala (director) and Aayush heard the story, they agreed to do the film. Before that, I was getting kind of pissed off with him (Aayush) because I sent him about 9-10 scripts but he didn’t like those,” the actor said.

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: Aug 30, 2018 12:53:42

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