Here’s importance of ‘Jaaneman Aah’ track in ‘Dhishoom’

According to Varun Dhawan, this song is the most important one in the movie as it “completes Junaid’s love track.”

Published: 12th July 2016 04:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th July 2016 04:19 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: If you think the recently released track ‘Jaaneman Aah’ from upcoming movie ‘Dhishoom’ is just another item number, then you are wrong.

According to Varun Dhawan, this song is the most important one in the movie as it “completes Junaid’s love track.”

To mention, Junaid is the character portrayed by the ‘Badlapur’ actor in the movie.

“I think this is a very special song for me and Parineeti. It is the first time we are pairing together. Its probably the most important song from ‘Dhishoom.’ This song completes Junaid’s love track,” he said during the song launch event today in Mumbai.

The 29-year-old actor also thanked Pari for doing the song.

“Just want to tell Parineeti thank you for doing this for us,” he said.

The ‘Ishaqzaade’ actress also expressed her excitement of working with Varun and said, “Varun and I have worked on many ads. But we never got any film offered together. Hopefully will get now.”

‘Jaaneman Aah’ is an out-and-out dance number which ups the temperature on screen with a sizzling chemistry between the two amidst a lavish set.

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