Halka Halka: Ash Is Falling In Love With Rajkummar And We, With The Song
- Halka Halka is the second song from the film to be released
- Courtesy for the song goes to Sunidhi Chauhan and Divya Kumar
- Halka Halka has been composed by Amit Trivedi
Halka Halka, the second song from Fanney Khan to be released, was just dropped on social media and all we can say is you're guaranteed to play it on loop. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan AKA Baby Singh - the superstar singer in the movie - features for the most part in the two-minute-long track but surprises are in the forms of glimpses from Baby Singh and Adhir's romance. Adhir (played by Rajkummar Rao) is the one who kidnaps Baby Singh on Fanney Khan's instructions but he is such a huge fan of Baby Singh that he can hardly be the baddie he's expected to be. Instead, his adorable antics make Baby Singh affectionate towards him.
In the song, Baby Singh and Adhir can also be seen having plenty of fun together - they go on bike rides and dance on the streets! Baby doesn't even realise that she's actually reciprocating to Adhir's feelings towards her. Halka Halka is a brilliantly catchy track with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's version of the original Yeh Jo Halka Halka making surprise appearances in the song.
Halka Halka has been composed by Amit Trivedi and sung in the melodious voice of Sunidhi Chauhan and Divya Kumar.
Here you go, play it on loop!
Fanney Khan is the story of a once-popular musician, who wants to fulfil his daughter's dream at any cost. Hence, he devices a plan to kidnap Baby Singh with Adhir as his partner in crime for some financial assistance but the trailer reveals that Fanney Khan, Adhir and Baby Singh turn out to be buddies. But will the trio be able to help Fanney Khan's daughter become the next Lata Mangeshkar? Only the story of Fanney Khan will tell.
Directed by Atul Manjrekar, Fanney Khan is all set to hit screens on August 3.