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For all those who have watched Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, there was one heady trip you missed – Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma dancing to Shammi Kapoor’s An Evening in Paris. Thanks to Karan Johar, you can have that experience now.
Karan released the deleted song from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil on Twitter and wrote, “Here’s the deleted song from #ADHM! Thank you for the love, let’s keep celebrating! #WithLoveFromADHM.”
The audience might not have seen the complete song in the film but now they can watch the whole song. There was only a snatch of An Evening in Paris that you could hear as the background score if you have watched the film. Both Ranbir and Anushka have recreated the magic and the madness of Shammi Kapoor and given this song a completely new look.
You will see Ranbir and Anushka having fun while dancing to the tune of An Evening in Paris on the streets of Paris. The duo is seen listening to the song with earphone plugged into their ears and roaming in the city. In the original song, Shammi Kapoor was roaming around Paris during night. On the other hand, here you will see Paris during daylight. One can see cafes, beautiful boulevards, iconic monuments, riverfront and parks in the background. The chemistry between Ranbir and Anushka has increased the charm of the song.
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) November 4, 2016
Meanwhile, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is inching slowly towards the Rs 100-crore club. The film’s first-week collection is the second highest after Salman Khan-starrer Sultan. Karan Johar’s movie has already collected Rs 80.19 cr in the domestic market.
Film’s overseas performance is equally impressive. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil has collected Rs 54.71 cr internationally, which is also the second highest first-week collection after Sultan.