The first song of Shah Rukh Khan’s film ‘Jawaan’ will be released in the first week of August. The title of this song is ‘Zinda Banda’, which is written by Irshad Kamil. This will be the first song in which Shah Rukh Khan will be seen dancing with more than a thousand female dancers. Apart from her, six more actresses will be seen in this song.
If reports are to be believed, ‘Deepika Padukone also has an important role in the film but she will not be seen in this song. She only has a guest appearance in the film. However, Sanya Malhotra, Priyamani, Girija Oak, Sanjita Bhattacharya, Lehar Khan and Alia Qureshi will be seen in this song along with Shahrukh.
According to experts, ‘Semi popular faces like Sanjita Bhattacharya, Lahar Khan, Girija Oak have also been given a chance in the film. Girija was last seen in the Netflix film ‘Kala’. She has also worked in films like ‘Shor in the City’ and ‘Taare Zameen Par’.
Apart from being an actress, Sanjita Bhattacharya is also a singer. Earlier, she has worked in Netflix’s series ‘Feels Like Ishq’. She is making her film debut with ‘Jawaan’. Lehar is in the role of a sniper of Shahrukh’s gang in the film. Earlier she was seen in ‘Brahmastra’.
Shah Rukh has not only shot this film but also its songs on a large scale. The special thing is that the dancers who have been chosen for this song were called from more than half a dozen cities across the country. Artists from Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Madurai, Mumbai and Pune will be seen in these dancers. Apart from this, folk dancers from many cities have also been cast in it.
This song has been composed by famous composer Anirudh of South. Choreography has also been done by South’s choreographer Shobi. The makers have got it prepared in three different languages. It is being claimed that the makers have spent Rs 15 crore on this song.
Vijay Sethupathi is playing the role of the main villain in the film. Makers recently shared his look. Sharing this poster, Vijay himself wrote, ‘The Dealer of Death’. The film will be released in theaters on 7 September.