Simmba song 'Mera Wala Dance' sees Ranveer Singh, Ajay Devgn revive the Singham swagger
Mera Wala Dance is a crossover of two Rohit Shetty narratives — that of Singham and Simmba
Simmba's new song 'Mera Wala Dance' has the complete package for a Rohit Shetty superhit — flashy cars, dapper men and quirky hook-steps. 'Mera Wala Dance' generously gives screen space to the iconic cop Singham. As Ajay brings in the dark, silent treatment to the peppy number, Ranveer is beating men to a pulp with Devgn's help.
Yeh hai #MERAWALADANCE!! TOH NACHO!!#Simmba https://t.co/e4LXCGTA8A#RohitShetty @karanjohar #SaraAliKhan @SonuSood @rspicturez @RelianceEnt @DharmaMovies @SimmbaTheFilm @TSeries #Simmba @DJLIJO @Dj_Chetas @AzizNakash @iAmNehaKakkar #Kumaar #KunaalVermaa @azeem2112
— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) December 26, 2018
Composed by Lijo George and DJ Chetas, the song captures Ranveer at his masala best. With a moustachioed look and macho avatar, Ranveer pumps in the energy with the help of flashy sets, hundreds of extras and a smiling Sara Ali Khan. Voiced by Neha Kakkar and Nakash Aziz, 'Mera Wala Dance' is packed with quirky lyrics (from Kumaar).
As Ranveer's Sangram Bhalerao croons, "Ek tere khaatir hi, dil yeh possessive hai. Mein tere pichhe para, asar tera massive hai," audiences are sure to chip in and join the duo. Simmba's 'Mera Wala Dance' also garnered considerable attention online post its release.
And that action shots and the feeling which we get.... GOOSEBUMPS #MeraWalaDance
— Junior Ranveer || Simmba (@itsSmitBhatt) December 26, 2018
— ੴ Ranveer Singh ੴ (@Malhari0fficial) December 26, 2018
Watch 'Mera Wala Dance' here.
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