The first song from the upcoming film of Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao's Judgementall Hai Kya, titled The Wakhra Song, has been uncovered on the social media. A mystery of the song before appeared at the song launch function in Mumbai on Sunday.
Sharing the song online, the film’s producer Ekta Kapoor wrote: “Dey r here 2 drop d swag #TheWakhraSongOutNow”
The song for the film is a remake version of Badshah and Navv Inder's hit 2015 song Wakhra Swag and demonstrates the lead actor coordinating dance steps and style quotient at a night club. It is very obvious that the two are rivals and through the song they are trying to exceed each other. At a certain point, Rajkummar is left without his jeans and must shroud his modesty with cushions! In her numerous looks in the song, at a certain point, Kangana seems dressed like a queen yet with bodysuit on. She had before shared the look on Instagram.
The song Composed by Tanishk Bagchi and choreographed by Bosco Martis, the song has been sung by Navv Inder, Lisa Mishra and American-Indian rapper Raja Kumari.
Judgementall Hai Kya, earlier called Mental Hai Kya, will hit the screens on July 26. At the dispatch, Kangana had got into a contention with journalists present at the function. She had been angry with a portion of the reviews that her previous film, Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi, had received. She accused one of the reporters for running a "smear crusade" against her and further blamed him for calling her film "jingoistic". He was heard saying that 'you can't do this'.
Recently, the motion poster of Rajkummar Rao and Kangana Ranaut starrer Judgementall Hai Kya is here to send your head turning. The film, which denotes the Bollywood debut of Telugu movie producer Prakash Kovelamudi, is as of now hoarding features for its erratic theme.
The poster of the film comes days after the makers of the film change its title from Mental Hai Kya to Judgementall Hai Kya. While the first motion poster, discharged a month ago, was sufficient to interest eagerly waiting for audience, the most recent one is significantly progressively exceptional and catchy.
The poster highlights Rajkummar Rao sitting on a washing machine, looking mouth-wateringly spruce in an all-dark tux, with a lady in his arms, while Kangana is spinning inside the washing machine. Obviously, it is, not the slightest bit, an ordinary Bollywood poster that gives the audience an inside into real storyline of the film.