Aligarhmedia News desk, Aligarh/Mumbai:Music singles are the flavour of the season, and India’s leading music label T-Series is leaving no stone unturned to ensure the audience gets treated to the best by releasing one impressive track after another.Next on the cards for the music giant is ‘Bijli Ki Taar’, a sprightly, club number sung by Tony Kakkar, featuring the talented and sensuous Urvashi Rautela. Going by the recently dropped first look snapshot, T-Series is all set to get us grooving once again.
The peppy ‘Bijli Ki Taar’ written, composed and sung by the multitalented Tony Kakkar, shot in the gorgeous locations of Georgia, is directed by Shabby. The song portrays an instant connect that a young boy feels on his brush with a beautiful girl face-to-face. And when the girl makes a dashing entry, vrooming on a bike, the boy’s heart races ahead and he experiences a current, akin to one from a bijli ki taar.
Commenting on the upcoming single, T-Series head honcho Bhushan Kumar said, “Tony Kakkar knows what young party goers will like. With that in mind he has created a track that is going to be lapped up by his target audience. We are happy to have come together with him on ‘Bijli Ki Taar. Urvashi Rautela, takes the song a notch higher with her zestful energy in this dance number.” Tony Kakkar too couldn’t contain his excitement as he said, “I had a blast creating ‘Bijli Ki Taar.’ It is a complete fun number and I hope it strikes a chord with the audience. It was a pleasure associating with T-Series. Bhushanji has a great music sense and has been very supportive throughout the making of this song.”
Urvashi Rautela, an actor, who is recognized for her sharp dancing skills and has done some jaw-dropping dance moves in the song said, “I take time to decide the projects I want to be part of. So when I heard Bijli Ki Taar for the first time I really I loved the song. We shot in some stunning locations in Georgia. I got to try out different types of choreography — such as Locking, Popping and others in the song. Although, it was a hectic shoot which stretched for 19 hours on a particular day, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I had an amazing time working with director Shabby and the rest of the team in this song where I got to be a biker.”