Raftaar turns to television; composes rap title song for Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain
Rapper Raftaar, who features almost in every other Hindi film, has now turned to television. He collaborated with singer Amol Malik to compose a rap song for the light entertainment television show Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain that airs on AndTV.
The show features two couples that live in each other's neighbourhood in Kanpur. While both husbands are madly in love with their wives, they do not miss a chance to woo each other's wives in good humour. Hence, the title of the show, Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain. It is loosely inspired from the cult 1995 television show, Shrimaan Shrimati.
Since its inception in March last year, Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain has gained immense popularity because of the light entertainment it provides. The same is the case with Baadshah who is known to lighten up the mood in every film with a mandatory rap sequence.
Now, the two entertainment big shots have joined their forces to come up with a rap title sequence for the show, that features all its four main lead actors — Aashif Sheikh, Saumya Tondon Singh, Shubhangi Atrey Poorey and Rohitash Gaud, who play the parts of Vibhuti Narayan Mishra, his wife Anita, Angoori Bhabhi and Manmohan Tiwari respectively.
Hindustan Times reports Raftaar as a self-confessed fan of the show. "Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain is one of the comedy shows that I regularly watch online as I am constantly travelling and I love the characters in it. So when Mr. Anurag Bedi, from Zee Music Label approached me for it, I instantly thought about including the plot of the show and the characters that stand out so very well."
Watch the video of the song below: