While Zingaat from Dhadak does not have the innocence of the Sairat melody, Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter’s energy are amazing.
Dhadak revives Sairat’s popular songs Zingaat as Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter match steps to the peppy rhythm.
Sairat fans got posed two questions to Dhadak creators: how will they bring in the course and caste issues to Janhvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khatter film, and what will they are doing with Zingaat. As the first question continues to be dangling in the air, melody video recording of Zingaat is out. Hindi version of Sairat’s superhit melody, it appears like it is supposed to — a Karan Johar quantity with colours, peppy music and perfectly choreographed moves.
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While Amitabh Bhattacharya has written the lyrics, Ajay Atul have constructed the music and also lent their voices. The Hindi song has retained the melody and feeling of the initial quantity from Sairat. Both Janhvi and Ishaan are seen dancing with carefully choreographed abandon.
As the new video does not have the innocence of Sairat, Janhvi and Ishaan’s energy levels are amazing and the whole video looks much just like a happy dance quantity from a Karan Johar film. Despite using some interesting words, Amitabh’s lyrics do not quite leave a direct effect.
Watch Dhadak’s Zingaat here:
Watch the initial Zingaat from Sairat here:
Directed by Shashank Khaitan, Dhadak can be an official adaptation of Sairat – a Marathi film that was a wonder reach at the solution glass windows and received vast accolades for the apt portrayal of caste split in our society. Janhvi steps in to the shoes of Rinku Rajguru for Dhadak while Ishaan takes on the role essayed by Akash Thosar in Sairat.
Lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya informed Hindustan Times, “Rewriting Zingaat in Hindi was a bit of a task because the initial song is still very fresh and has reached a cult pursuing. It did not make sense to displace the term Zingaat so we maintained it and rewrote the rest of the song in Hindi. I’ve tried my best to make it fun. I hope this one too, resonates with the audience.”
Dhadak will strike the monitors on July 20. The film signifies the Bollywood debut of both Janhvi and Ishaan.