Kalank's Title Track To Be Out Soon, Will Showcase Varun Dhawan & Alia Bhatt's Chemistry

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| March 28 , 2019 , 11:28 IST

After creating waves with “Ghar More Paredsiya” and “First Class” songs, the makers of the Kalank are finally coming out with its title track on Friday and it is an ode to love and romance. 

The makers also unveiled some stills from the song today featuring the whole star cast of the film. The promo of the film gave a glimpse of the song which we heard in the climax of the teaser.

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The melodious voice of Arijit Singh and emotional lyrics, 'Kalank nahi, Ishq hai kajal piya' are stuck in our heads and we honestly can't contain our excitement for it The song is composed by Pritam and is penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The video of the song will primarily focus on Varun and Alia but will also have glimpses of Sonakshi Sinha, Aditya Roy Kapur, Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit.

Elaborating on the number, Pritam said, "The song describes the emotional space of the characters. I would give a lot of credit to Amitabh for writing a song with a word like kalank; it’s not easy and he wrote multiple versions of the song of which one made the cut."

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"Arijit invested a lot of his energy into the track to make it soulful and beautiful. Director Abhishek Varman’s brief to us was very clear — it has to be a bright and beautiful romantic number, which underlines the feeling one has when he or she starts loving someone intensely."

He added, "It’s in the Indian spiritual space, something bordering on Sufi. After the teaser was out, lot of people had asked me if the title track is dark. I can now tell them that it’s not dark. It’s beautiful and exceptionally romantic, with deep lyrics that can infuse a sense of passion in the listener."