Ananya & Ishaan dishing out their swift moves in new track 'Tehas Nehas'
Ananya and Ishaan will be starring in the an upcoming film titled Khaali Peeli which is set to take the OTT route.
Ananya Panday and Ishaan Khatter are raking up a storm on social media with their new film posters, BTS shots or videos. If you have no clue what we are talking about, let us bring you up to date. Ananya and Ishaan will be starring in the an upcoming film titled Khaali Peeli which is set to take the OTT route. While the film’s teaser and poster are already out, the makers dropped a brand new track on tuesday.
Taking to Instagram, an ecstatic Ishaan and Ananya shared the release of their new song which is equal parts breezy and quirky. Titled 'Tehas Nehas', the song is actually unlike its title which sounds rather destructive in nature. The song is set in a glam garage-like setting complete with background fireworks and vintage cars.
Given that Ishaan plays the role of a taxi driver in the film, the song setting is quite apt. Ananya and Ishaan put on display their impressive moves. Ishaan, being the trained dancer that he is, the actor will floor you with his effortless moves which might remind you a tad bit of Shahid Kapoor.
Ishaan and Ananya:
Sharing the song launch, Ananya quoted the song's quriky lyrics and captioned her post, "Feelings ko rakhna thoda kaabu mein, kahin dil #TehasNehas na ho jaaye!" Whereas, Ishaan wrote, "#KhaaliPeeli aise lafda kare hai, pyaar kam zyaada jhagda kare hai!"
Check out Tehas Nehas from Khaali Peeli below:
Netizens slammed previous track from the movie:
A remake of Vijay Deverakonda's Taxiwala, makers of Khaali Peeli earlier received flak for its song 'Beyonse Sharma Jayegi' which was slammed by netizens. The song was deemed racist by many as the lyrics stated, "Goreiya..tujhe dekh kar Beyonse Sharma Jayegi". However, to avoid legal trouble the makers then changed 'Beyonce' to 'Beyonse'.
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