Didn't like the new version, it's a mess! The song, however, does not match up to the original from Musafir, that featured Koena Mitra. The way she embedded energy in the remake version of "Dilbar" was truly magnificent and more than John Abraham or anyone else, she was the primary reason for the song to be such a huge hit that it rocked all chartbusters and for a long time. The high point of the song is obviously Nora Fatehi's belly dances moves. Thankfully, I had the drive to do it because I wanted the audience to see me add something new to my dance (repertoire). The song is sung by Tulsi Kumar, Neha Kakkar, B Praak. In the past as well, everyone grooved to the track and its back yet again in a completely new version. With this song, I have pushed my boundaries and tried to do something very different.
"I am completely enjoying (the experience)", she said. The track is recreated and written by Tanishk Bagchi. "I am super excited for the audiences to see the song". The song is originally composed by Vishal- Shekhar and was sung by Sukhwinder Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan. This song had crashed many blockbusters!
"Presenting the hottest dance anthem of the season as "O SAKI SAKI" from the movie Batla House, with the sizzling performance by Nora Fatehi". PS Nora is a stunner. "Hope she saves our pride".
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