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Hrithik burns the dance floor in Tu Meri from Bang Bang

The first song from the much anticipated Hrithik Roshan - Katrina Kaif starrer Bang Bang makes for a fun, full of zest dance number which is sure to gradually grow into a chartbuster

Written by Priya Adivarekar | Mumbai |
Updated: August 29, 2014 1:00:05 am
Hrithik Roshan  does some  electrifying moves in Bang Bang Hrithik Roshan does some electrifying moves in Bang Bang

The first song from the much anticipated Hrithik RoshanKatrina Kaif starrer Bang Bang makes for a fun, full of zest dance number which is sure to gradually grow into a chartbuster. The well-paced number, where EDM beats dominate the rhythm, has been very well composed by music director duo Vishal – Shekhar. The video of the dance number was released on select social network platforms and websites last week, where the song was well received by the audience.
The high octane number has been crooned beautifully by Dadlani, who proves his amazing potential yet again with great enthusiasm. What we really like is the way Dadlani maintains his vigour throughout the number (or at least in the 1 minute 43 second long glimpse that we have got of the song). Don’t miss Roshan’s incredible moves in the grand video, which blends perfectly with the energetic vibes that the track offers. The song, picturised on the lead couple, will be shown in a situation where their characters, Rajveer (Roshan) and Harleen (Kaif) meet for the first time and are attracted to each other. Although the slow claps portion after 1 minute 11 second sounds like a ‘been there, heard that’ rhythm, the song jumps back to form within seconds. Considering EDM beats are currently the rage worldwide, we are sure Tu meri will draw everyone to the dance floor.

 

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