Watch: Baaghi 2 song O Saathi features Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani as college lovers
Baaghi 2 song 'O Saathi' is filled with nostalgia, not for your college days but for the superhit song 'Pehli Nazar Mein' from the 2008 film Race sung by Atif Aslam.
Ahmed Khan's upcoming film Baaghi 2 — the sequel to the 2016's Sabbir Khan directorial Baaghi — promises to be even more rebellious than the previous installment. Loaded with guns, Tiger Shroff's Ronnie looks even more raging than ever — at least this is what we get to see from the posters.
But, there's a softer side to this angry man too. And that is what the new song from the film's OST 'O Saathi' depicts. Starring Shroff and actress Disha Patani, the song chronicles their romantic journey through their college days.
They are smitten in love and can't think about anything but each other all the time. In fact they are seen together throughout the song. But what does seem a bit weird is that both actors try too hard to look like college students. And they fail to do so, every time.
Sung in the melodious voice of Atif Aslam (although the vocals credit is missing, it is very obvious) and composed and written by Arko, 'O Saathi' makes you nostalgic — not for your college days, but for the 2008 film Race song 'Pehli Nazar Mein'. There are moments when you can't differentiate between the two songs. No doubt, Arko has come up as a fantastic young talent, but there's some serious "inspiration" happening in 'O Saathi'. (FYI: Race's music was composed by Pritam Chakraborty. A trickle down effect?)
Baaghi 2, produced by Sajid Nadiadwala is slated to hit the screens on 30 March.
Watch the song here:
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