Aayush Sharma shares teaser of 'Loveratri's next song 'Rangtaari'

UNI | Published: 10th September 2018 07:39 PM
Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain in 'Loveratri

NEW DELHI: Aayush Sharma announced the release of 'Loveratri's next song 'Rangtaari' which is all set to release on Wednesday.

The actor took to his Instagram story to reveal the song to be out in two days.

'Rangtaari' is going to be Aayush Sharma's first solo song sung by none other than Yo Yo Honey Singh, Tanishk Bagchi and Shabbir Ahmed.

The makers recently released a teaser of the song which sets the right festive mood with upbeat festive beats as they are all set to release the song on 12th around Ganesh Chaturthi.

'Loveratri' released their first song "Chodaga" followed by "Akh Lad Jaave" and "Tera Hua" which became back to back chartbusters creating High Anticipation for their upcoming song 'Rangtaari".

Love to dance? Here’s the first look of #Rangtaari & I'm pretty sure you will whirl to the tune! #Loveratri #LoveTakesOver. @BeingSalmanKhan @SKFilmsOfficial @asliyoyo @tanishkbagchi #ShabbirAhmed @DevNegiLive @abhiraj21288 @TSeries @itsBhushanKumar @VMVMVMVMVM pic.twitter.com/MyHek20AHJ

— Aayush Sharma (@aaysharma) 10 September 2018

The trailer had earlier set the mood right with the foot-tapping music and colorful backdrop of the festive season.

With Garba being an essential factor in the story, both Aayush and Warina took extensive lessons to learn the dance form.

The leading pair Aayush and Warina have been piquing the interest of the audience with videos and pictures from the Garba training.

Written by Niren Bhatt, 'Loveratri' is directed by Abhiraj Minawala who will also be making his directorial debut with the film.

The romantic drama will mark the next venture of Salman Khan Films.

'Loveratri' is slated to release on October 5.

Tags : Aayush Sharma Loveratri Rangtaari

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