Just four days after releasing the intriguing trailer, the makers of Malang have thrown their next card, as its classic title track named Chal Ghar Chalen. And, the moment you will listen, you will fall in love with its lyrics. Plus, the best thing about the song is it’s original, yes, no remake again!
Featuring Disha Patani & Aditya Roy Kapur, the song is a slow, romantic number and a treat to eyes, which is shot in scenic Goa.
Composed by Mithoon, the melodious voice of Arijit Singh adds magic to the brewing romance between the duo, Disha & Aditya. Another thing which makes song soothing is its lyrics, and they are penned by Sayeed Quadri, who has earlier written songs like Kaho Na Kaho from Murder and Phir Le Aaya Dil from Barfi.
The video opens with Aditya going berserk and killing people harshly. Both trailer and song videos suggest that he turns a killer to avenge the death of Disha Patani's character and remembers all the lovely time he had with Disha. In the song clip, all you can see is the couple roaming on the streets of Goa and enjoying an intimate date.
And, leaving us in suspense, the video ends with Aditya killing a man. Even it ends with great dialogue when the man requests Aditya to leave him as he has family, and Aditya replies, "Meri Nahi hai." From the video, this can be understood for sure that Disha's character dies in Aditya's arms.
While sharing the song on social media, Disha Patani wrote,
“They took away his love, now he will destroy their world.
ChalGharChalen out now. Link in bio.
@malangfilm @adityaroykapur @anilskapoor @khemster2 @mohitsuri @mithoon11 @quadri.sayeed @arijitsingh #LuvRanjan @gargankur82 @bhushankumar @jayshewakramani @luv_films @tseries.official @tseriesfilms”
Apart from Disha Patani and Aditya Roy Kapur, Malang also stars Kunal Kemmu and Anil Kapoor in pivotal roles.
As we mentioned above, the trailer of the film was recently released, and it showed that all the actors are on a killing spree. Most you will enjoy in the movie is Aditya and Disha in their never-seen-before avatar flaunting their looks; Aaditya is flaunting his body, and Disha Patani is gorgeous as ever. Even Anil Kapoor is also playing someone he never has, i.e., a corrupt police officer.
Helmed by Mohit Suri, Malang is scheduled to hit the theaters on February 7. The movie will clash with Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s Shikara, which is based on the story of Kashmiri Pandits displaced from the valley back in 1990. Let’s see which movie earns more on the box office.
Enjoy the Song Here: