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Kalank Song 'First Class': Varun Dhawan's Energetic Dance Will Bombard You With Energy

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| March 22 , 2019 , 15:20 IST

The makers of 'Kalank' dropped the second song from the album on Friday, featuring Varun Dhawan as Zafar and Kiara Advani.

First Class showcases quirky chemistry between Kiara and Varun on the streets filled with happy faces Their merrymaking is put side by side with shots of a tearful Alia Bhatt’s Roop being wed to Aditya Roy Kapur’s Dev.

In the song, we can see Varun Dhawan wearing white ethnic wear and Kiara looks gorgeous in Indian attire. It comes as no surprise that knowing Varun and his energy levels, this song too is high octane and full of energy.

The hook line of the song, “Baaki sab first class hai” also speaks volumes about Varun's character and the lyrics offer an insight into how Zafar functions. Kiara Advani looks graceful and as she dances along with Varun.

From the larger than life sets to a choreography that will catch your attention, the song is indeed a winner. The song seems to be an irony to the entire situation that Zafar is facing, but he seems to be coping with it in the bravest way possible.

The song has a feel of the 1950s era and the composers have used Indian musical instruments like dholaks extensively. Arijit Singh and Neeti Mohan are the vocalists and the choreography is by Remo D’Souza.

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Varun Dhawan's character was the first one to be introduced in the Kalank family and his character in the film is in love with Roop, Alia‘s character. However, the complexities of religion and the troublesome time of the India-Pakistan partition bring difficulties in their relationship.

Kalank was Karan Johar’s father Yash Johar’s dream project but was delayed for several years. It has been directed by Abhishek Varman of 2 States fame and is set to release on April 17.


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