Bolo Har Har Har: The first song of Shivaay is all about striking visuals and heavy music

Ajay Devgn's upcoming film Shivaay's first song Bolo Har Har Har's composition is all about shlokas and Lord Shiva.

Written by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: September 11, 2016 6:52 pm
The heavy duty music of the song is its highest point. Its composition is all about shlokas and Lord Shiva. Ajay Devgn’s upcoming film, Shivaay’s first song Bolo Har Har Har’s composition is all about shlokas and Lord Shiva.

The first song of Shivaay, Bolo Har Har Har released today. The heavy duty music of the song is its highest point. Its composition is all about shlokas and Lord Shiva. It is surely something you would want to groove to. Composed by Mithoon, and sung by a horde of amazing singers – Mohit Chauhan, Sukhwinder, Megha Sriram and Dalton, the song talks about the war between the good and the evil. The rap portion has been done by Baadshah and we cannot thank Ajay Devgn enough for it considering Baadshah is the flavour of the season. If this song climbs the charts, this would be Baadshah’s hat trick this year. He has already given us two dance anthems – ‘Kar Gayi Chull’ and ‘Kala Chashma’.

Bolo Har Har Har has striking visuals and perfectly used special effects. It is bound to give you goosebumps too. After listening to the track, we are wondering why its director-actor Ajay Devgn got so intimidated with the teaser of Ae Dil hai Mushkil, that he declared a war of accusations against self-proclaimed film critic, Kamaal R Khan, and dragged Karan Johar in the controversy too. Guess he should’ve allowed his film do the talking.

Shivaay is directed by national award-winning actor, Devgn himself. The film will also feature actress Saira Banu’s grandniece, Sayyeshaa Saigal, Polish actress, Erika Kaar and British child actor Abigail Eames. It is set for a major clash with Ae Dil Hai Mushkil at the box office this Diwali. But seeing its first song, it looks like box office clashes and reviews of an imbecile should be least of concerns for Devgn.

A report from The Times of India mentioned that the title track of this film almost took a year to get complete. Composer Mithoon had shared in an interview that Ajay Devgn was quite clear regarding the title track. They had discussed the matter for many months just to ensure perfection of every kind, to give the audience an enthralling music experience.

The track has been released on Hotstar. The link is attached to the tweet of Ajay Devgn given here below.

Shivaay is set to release on October 28.