Tumhari Sulu song Ban Ja Rani: Manav Kaul is the hero of this feel-good song

Tumhari Sulu song Ban Ja Rani: The film might revolve around Vidya Balan and her character Sulochana. But her co-star is also someone who is equally impressive. While the trailer is full of Vidya and her acting skills which promise to give you a good time, Manav Kaul steals your heart with the film's first song, Ban Ja Rani.

Written by A. Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: October 16, 2017 11:21 am
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Tumhari Sulu’s trailer has become the talk of the town but it’s time to move from Vidya Balan and notice the man next to her, Manav Kaul. Actor Manav Kaul is not someone new but it is now that he is getting the focus, and we are extremely happy about it. After the trailer, the makers of Tumhari Sulu have released the film’s first song, Ban Ja Rani. While the trailer was full of Vidya and how she aces the character of a sultry radio jockey, the song Ban Ja Rani will make you lose your heart to Manav Kaul, who represents every middle-class man who tries to woo his wife with his bad yet funny and adorable dancing skills.

Manav Kaul could be the sole breadwinner in the house but he makes his wife feel that she is the queen and without her, he wouldn’t feel like a king in any manner. This song is lively, lovely and leaves you with a bright smile on the face.

The song is originally a single sung by the very talented ‘Suit Suit’ hitmaker Guru Randhawa. Ban Ja Rani is the second song by the artist which has been included in a Bollywood film. A statement read that Arjun Kapoor suggested this song for the film. But we are thankful that the makers have put this song in Tumhari Sulu because it fits perfectly.

Tumhari Sulu is a story of an ordinary woman’s extraordinary life and dreams. The trailer has been well received by the audience and celebrities too are waiting for the film.

The film, which was scheduled for a December 1 release, has been rescheduled twice so far, and now will hit the screens on November 17.

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