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News |  14 May 2018 19:34 |  By RnMTeam

æBhangra Taa SajdaÆ singer Romy shares his experience

MUMBAI: Within a week’s time of its release, the song Bhangra Ta Sajda from the much awaited Veere Di Wedding, has hit 10 million views. Not surprising, considering the foot tapping music, stunning starcast, appealing sets and most important voices of the song. Sung by Neha Kakkar for female leads and by Romy for male leads, Bhangra Ta Sajda is touted to be a wedding anthem for this wedding season. Romy, however, gives the credit to Rhea Kapoor.

“The film producer Rhea Kapoor chose this folk song and gave her inputs to make it even more sassy and quirky. She wanted to have a song which had the essence of ‘Punjabi Folk’ but with a touch of the twenty-first century”. The song is a confluence of traditional Punjabi Boliyan, Dhol beats and electronic sounds.

Romy also praises his co-singer Neha Kakkar for her skill as a singer and professional. “Neha sang this song really well and it was such a great experience to work with her. She has such an amazing singing style and taught me a great amount of things too. I indeed believe that she is a very humble being and it never felt like a baggage or a celebrity tag was attached to her, in the time-frame that we worked together”.

Considering the thunderous response received for the song, Romy, a favourite with the likes of Diljit Dosanjh and Anushka Sharma, validates the success by the sheer uniqueness of the song. “First up will be Dhol beats and then the electronics bass will take up the space, setting the bar really high for any other song to compete."

Giving due credit to the composer of the Shashwat Sachdev, Romy shares, "This song’s composer, Shashwat, who has amazingly composed the old folk Boliyan’ from Punjab has created it in a totally fun way to set the perfect party mood. For the audience, this song is a great catch because it is a fusion of ‘Cool and Desi’ elements, which Indians love. The lyrics are written in the most amazing manner, for which the credit goes to Gaurav Solanki.”

The song is the second release of the film album, first being the uber stylish Tareefan. While Tareefan is a promotional song,Bhangra Ta Sajda is a part of the narrative.