Say 'Hello Hello' To Malaika Arora In New Peppy Song From Pataakha

| September 5 , 2018 , 15:13 IST

Regardless of the film, background, lyrics or tune, Malaika Arora has mastered the art of turning any song into a sizzling item number, and in Pataakha's new song 'Hello Hello' released on Wednesday, she has more than lived up to her name.

The song 'Hello Hello' has been composed by the film's director Vishal Bhardwaj, with lyrics by Gulzar, singing by Rekha Bhardwaj and choreography by Ganesh Acharya. 'Hello Hello' begins with an innocent conversation at a village fair where sisters Badki (Radhika Madan) and Chhutki (Sanya Malhotra) are enjoying time with their respective love interests.

As the song begins, the attention shifts to Malaika who is the center attraction with her subtle confidence and unique style. The lyrics are quirky and have frequent references to current youth topics such as network difficulties and the WhatsApp application.

About performing in the song, Malaika said, “Who could refuse a number sung by Rekha ji, written by Gulzar saab with the music being given by Vishal Bhardwaj? And when you have Ganesh choreographing you, there can be nothing better. I was instantly in love with the peppy number.”

Watch song below:

Pataakha stars Sanya Malhotra, Radhika Madan, Sunil Grover and Vijay Raaz, Pataakha, and is directed by Vishal Bhardwaj.

The official synopsis of the film reads, “Pataakha is a comedy-drama about two sisters, Badki and Chhutki, who have grown up in a small village in Rajasthan. The constant war between the siblings has haunted their lives, right from learning to walk to searching for husbands. When they eventually meet their soulmates, they are relieved to know that they will finally be free of each other. But as fate would have it, it seems, that they can’t live with or without each other.

Pataakha is set to release on September 28 and will face a clash at the box office with Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan starrer Sui Dhaaga-Made In India and Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer Manto.