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Catch Zingaat Song From Dhadak the remains so different from the original yet so similar

Dhadak Song Zingaat

After releasing the trailer of the movie Dadak, the makers have released the song which is similar to the peppy dance number called Zingaat from the M Town hit movie called Sairat. Despite being so different and yet similar, the song turned out to be an instant hit at the Chartbuster for obvious reasons. The song is the reprise for the said film, which have Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter in the lead roles. The musicians happen to be the same Ajay-Atul who has composed the music for the song. As the trailer of the movie hit the screen, it turned out to be an instant hit as it was choreographed by none other than the popular filmmaker and choreographer Farah Khan.

However, the makers of the film have retained the same title Zingaat as seen in the original one found in M Town film, while the same song with the same music was seen in the film Sairat but it was obviously in Marathi. As you check the song and compare the original one, you would find them retaining the entire essence of the same despite the new lyrics seems to have been added, which is simply commendable. The song from the original had a Maharashtrian touch for obvious reasons while the new Hindi song has its base in Rajasthan. As you check Ishaan Khatter is seen killing with his moves while Janhvi Kapoor is simply adding all the grace with her charming presence.

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Dhadak Zingaat Songs
Dhadak Zingaat Songs
The song when finally hit the screen; it simply helped me to gain a good buzz in the media. In fact, even the audience with non-Marathi background seemed dancing on the tune and making a huge buzz in scene. Well, in a sense the song would be able to pull away the movie in a big way. Well let see how things would. The music composers claim that the original song turned a big hit because of its rhythm, temperament and catch words.  Also, the lyrics do not have any double meaning for the same. In fact, the popularity of the song went to such an extent that it was played in NYC and in one of the cruise at Singapore.

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