Tiger Shroff, Kriti Sanon Reunite for T-Series Music Video

“Chal Wahaan Jaate Hain Tiger” will see Shroff romancing Sanon in a contemporary-style tango.

Published: 10th June 2015 09:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th June 2015 09:29 AM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI — Bhushan Kumar has brought Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon together for the music video “Chal Wahaan Jaate Hain,” produced by T-Series after the success of Shroff’s “Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main,” which reached more than 7 million views. The new video will also be choreographed and directed by Ahmed Khan.

“Chal Wahaan Jaate Hain Tiger” will see Shroff romancing Sanon in a contemporary-style tango. The song is again composed by Amaal Mallik, sung by Arijit Singh and written by Rashmi Virag (Virag Mishra’s new name — he never got anywhere as a lyricist until he adopted his wife Rashmi Singh’s name, which he has now changed to Rashmi Virag!).

Bhushan Kumar, who is keen on going back to Indie music and doing more singles, told the media, “We received good feedback on ‘Zindagi Aa Raha Hoon Main’ and ‘Tiger.’ Ahmed and I decided to go ahead and do another track, which will be along the lines of a short film. The pairing of Tiger and Kriti was loved by all in their debut film “Heropanti,” so I am hoping the audience accepts them here as well.”

“It's been awhile since “Heropanti,” but I am looking forward to spending time with her (Kriti Sanon) again,” said Shroff.

The storyline is about two lovers who want to go somewhere to be alone with each other. The shoot is planned for June, and the video will be released soon.

Incidentally, Shroff’s new film, with producer Sajid Nadiadwala and director Sabbir Khan, “Baaghi,” stars Shraddha Kapoor. Sanon, on the other hand, is busy with “Dilwaale,” opposite Varun Dhawan.


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