Zingat song magic to be recreated in Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar starrer Dhadak!

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Jan 29, 2018


“Aata Adhir Jhaloya.. bagh Badhir Jhaloya

Ana Tujhyachsathi banun Majnu Maghe Aaloya

Ana Udtoya Bungat Paltoya Chingat Rangat Aaloya

Zhala Zing Zing Zing Zing Zing Zing Zingat

Zing Zing Zing Zing Zing Zing Zingat"


 


This can be called the most popular track in recent times, Zingaat! What a track this is! High on beats, this catchy tune is impossible to stop humming and it`s sure to be a hit on the dance floor soon enough. Interestingly, both Ajay and Atul have sung this track and the result is there for all to see. The song has more than 100 million hits online. Sairat`s music is addictive. Rest assured, if you start your day with these songs, by the end of the day, you would still be listening to them! And soon enough not only you be dancing to this popular Marathi number from previous year’s blockbuster Sairat, but also glugging it into glasses!




Well! You must be wondering why we`re talking about this track? Read on...!

It is going to be a daunting task for the makers of upcoming movie Dhadak to recreate the magic of Sairat`s music.

Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter will be seen together in the movie `Dhadak`, which is the remake of `Sairat`. One of the highlights of the Marathi film was the super energetic number `Zingaat` and it looks like the makers of `Dhadak` have decided to retain the song for the remake as well.




While the tune and beats remain the same, the lyrics will be little altered. The title Zingaat may change as they may come up with some catchy phrases!

From reports, a Hindi version of `Zingaat` is currently being shot. Moreover, Farah Khan is choreographing the song along with the protagonists and adding a new spin and moves to the song as the original had freestyle dancing. Other than the choreography, the lyrics and the name of the song will also be changed, keeping the original music intact. Seeing the crazy popularity `Zingaat` enjoyed, this rendition could also act as a highlight for `Dhadak`.  



We can`t wait for the new version of this foot-tapping number to hit the charts!


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