On Wednesday, Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt will premiere What Jhumka, the second song from their upcoming movie Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani. The song’s teaser teases a dance routine modeled after Asha Bhosle’s popular song Jhoomka Gira Re. The extravagant sets, excessive background dancers, and catchy lyrics that director Karan Johar is renowned for are all guaranteed to be present in this film.
Ranveer shared the teaser on Instagram and wrote, “Rani’s Jhumka is falling……and I am falling for Her (Rani’s earring is falling and I am falling for her)!” The teaser was posted on social media by Alia with the caption, “Kal Jhumka girega (the earring will fall tomorrow).” The teaser depicts Ranveer wooing Alia Bhatt, who is dressed in a multicolored chiffon saree with a sleeveless blouse, bindi, nosering, and of course, jhumkas (earrings), while wearing a denim jacket with stars on it and a matching jacket.
Comments on the teaser for What Jhumka
A follower commented in response to Alia’s post, saying, “This song sounds like show me the thumka.” Someone else remarked, “Alia, your jhumkaa expression is so cute.” “Jhumka gira de,” read one of the remarks on Ranveer’s post.”Where are they getting these songs from? Kaha kaha se lare ye gane,” Someone else remarked, “Thumka pe jumka is best.”
More information on Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani
Karan Johar has worked in the film business for 25 years as of Prem Kahaani. The movie, which also features Shabana Azmi, Jaya Bachchan, and Dharmendra, will be released in theaters on July 28. Recently, the first song from the movie, Tum Kya Mile, was released and quickly became popular with the audience. Ranveer and Alia are romantically depicted in the song while they are in the beautiful Kashmir.
The movie’s trailer debuted Alia as Rani Chatterjee with Shabana Azmi as her grandmother and Ranveer as Rocky Randhawa with Dharmendra and Jaya Bachchan among his family members. They are depicted as having very different upbringings, with Ranveer coming across as a wealthy man who is completely unaware that West Bengal is actually in the east rather than the west. It is made clear that Alia is from a Bengali family that places a high value on education and intelligence. To impress them, they decide to live with each other’s families.