one day ahead I got so entangled in your words.On the occasion of 'theatrical release', Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon visited Siddhivinayak temple to seek blessings. The actor was seen inside the temple premises in a beautiful yellow suit. I got so entangled in your words. This is the first collaboration of Kriti Sanon and Shahid Kapoor. The romantic comedy is directed by Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah and also stars Dharmendra and Dimple Kapadia in pivotal roles. The film is set to release in theaters on Friday.
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Meanwhile, the music album of the film has brought a flood of reels and videos, in which fans are seen grooving to the catchy songs. Now Kriti Sanon has also shared a video in which she is seen shooting the title track. The clip shows the actress getting ready for the shoot, grooving to the beats and then performing the hook step with the ease of a veteran. “You can see how much I enjoyed this song! Dancing is love! 1 day left! #TeriBaatonMeinAisaUljhJiya in theaters tomorrow! PS Loving this hookstep reels!” she wrote
The title track Teri Baton Mein Aisa Uljha Jiya, which gives its name to the film, is a remake of the song Teri Baton (Your Words) from singer Raghav's 2004 album Storyteller.
Watch Kriti Sanon's video here:
In a promotional interview with E Times, Shahid Kapoor talked about dancing in a film after eight years and how Kriti Sanon outshone him in the title song. He said, “I was dancing after 8 years whereas Kriti gets a chance to dance in films at least twice every year, so I was a little nervous. And while we were dancing, she would tell me that she was nervous. But I had my own problems to deal with, which comes with dancing after such a long break. I think the music of the film is really fun and I enjoyed it a lot. I was telling Kriti recently that she was better than me till the third song (title song).
To this Kriti Sanon said, “I was really nervous about dancing with him because I have seen him dance for years. He is fast, knows his moves and is comfortable.”