Dilwale 'Tukur Tukur' song: Why you will like it!

By Ritika Handoo | Last Updated: Dec 15, 2015, 12:05 PM IST
Dilwale 'Tukur Tukur' song: Why you will like it!
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Shah Rukh Khan's bumper project 'Dilwale' is ready for release on December 18, 2015. The film will be eyeing competition from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Bajirao Mastani', which is releasing on the same day. However, there is little that makes either fear—they both have their own dedicated fan base and we are sure the business won't be affected much.

Dilwale is directed by Rohit Shetty, and the music album of the film has been highly appreciated. The makers recently released a new song titled 'Tukur Tukur', which happens to be a party anthem. Take a look at these reasons on why you might actually like 'Tukur Tukur':

Dilwale Tukur Tukur song

Catchy lyrics

Well, a song which catchy lyrics often clicks with the audience instantly. The lyrics has been penned by the very talented Amitabh Bhattacharya, and it has been coupled with a nice foot-tapping rhythm.

Dilwale Tukur Tukur song

Colour-coordinated

The lead pairs of Shah Rukh Khan-Kajol and Varun Dhawan-Kriti Sanon will immediately ring your attention bell, as they are colour-coordinated and how! The hot pink makes the ladies look really sizzling eye candies and the guys seen in royal blue is so king like.

Dilwale Tukur Tukur song

Chemistry

Need we say anything about SRK-Kajol's chemistry in the song. They just spell magic whenever together. What will surprise you is the nice, vibrant and young connection between Varun and Kriti. We like how they look!

Dilwale Tukur Tukur song

Cars

Rohit Shetty perhaps can't hide his love for cars, even in a song! This party anthem besides having the two lead pairs dancing energetically also has beautiful colourful cars at the background. And by now we understand why!

Dilwale Tukur Tukur song

Pritam's touch

Music composer Pritam has given the music for 'Dilwale' and we must each song is different. This one is completely different from 'Gerua', 'Janam Janam' or 'Manma Emotion'. Good work Pritam!