Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone, Siddhant Chaturvedi , Ananya Pandey And Courageous Curve They are preparing for the release of their upcoming film Gehroyan. The film, directed by Shakun Batra, will be released on February 11, 2022. Ahead of the film’s release, the producers are releasing several singles, and today, February 9th, they released another song. Bekhabu. In the new song, Deepika Padukone and Siddhant Chaturvedi show off their on-screen chemistry.
The song is composed by Kauser Muneer and sung by Shalmali Kholgade and Savera. If this song is about the fun chemistry between Alisha and Zain who performed Deepika and Siddhant respectively, it gives a look at Dhairya Karwa and Ananya Pandey.
Bekhabu was released on Sony Music India’s official YouTube channel.
Watch the song here:
Sharing the song on her social media account, Deepika wrote: “I would have lied if I had said that this is not my favorite song on the album! 😝 #Beqaaboo is playing now.”
While sharing and writing the theory, he said, “This is from Gehrayan for #Beqaaboo lovers! 💙 The song is out now.”
The story of the film follows a triangular love affair and the complexities that arise when relationships are built on the foundation of lies and dark secrets.
The trailer’s official summary reads: “The aspiring 30-year-old Alisha Khanna’s life is now at a turning point. She connects with a troubled past and a common desire to deviate from its boundaries. The story charts Alisha’s journey.
Deepika Padukone had earlier spoken about her friendship with her teammates. In a conversation with the Indian Express, Deepika said, “Ananya, Siddhant, Dhairya, we had the best time anyone could have on a movie set. Dhairya is like an older brother to me. I know I can call him anytime. I like her. Theoretically, I’ve seen his work in Gully Boy up close, and now the work together is great.
The film is produced by Dharma Productions and Viacom 18 Studios and will be released on Amazon Prime Video on February 11, 2022. It was earlier scheduled for release in January, however, an increase in COVID-19 cases delayed the process.