Befikre first song: Like Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor, people can’t stop kissing. Watch video

Befikre first's song Labon ka Karobaar has a lot of kissing. And we are not even talking about Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: September 9, 2016 3:46:17 pm
Befikre, Ranveer Singh, Vaani Kapoor Befikre first’s song Labon ka Karobaar has a lot of kissing. And we are not even talking about Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor.

Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor are not the stars of Befikre. The Aditya Chopra film’s real star is kissing. On Friday, as the first song of Befikre arrived, it was high on one element — kissing.

If the posters of Befikre had done one thing, it had prepared us for the first song titled Labon Ka Karobaar. Taking a cue from Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor’s carefree kissing in the posters, people of all nationalities can be seen kissing on what we take are France’s streets.

And this will disappoint you — there is no Ranveer or Vaani in sight. As people express their love, the song unfolds in the silken tones of Papon.

While we absolutely support Aditya Chopra’s love slogan: kiss carefree, love carefree and live care free, we are not sure how the censor board would take this given kisses in Daniel Craig-starrer Spectre were snipped for way too long. They actually gave James Bond permission to kiss within this much time and now there is a whole song of just people kissing!

“Befikre shooting was mindblowing. Aditya sir is just amazing,” Ranveer Singh had said in a previous interview. The film has already created quite a stir among the audience as Ranveer and actress Vaani Kapoor are seen lip-locking passionately in every poster released so far.

When the actor was asked about the excessive lip-locking scenes in Befikre, Ranveer quipped: “Yes, there are a lot of kissing scenes. What should I say! They made me kiss so many times!”

Watch : Labon ka Karobaar

The film will see Chopra in the director’s chair after eight years. Befikre will be Aditya Chopra’s fourth film as a director, which comes after the 2008 movie Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. The film is set to release on December 9.

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