Bharat’s New Song Tur Peya Seems A Little Too Happy To Be About A Man Living Away From Home!
The thing about having Salman Khan in a movie is that there is certain predictability that comes along with it. Like knowing it will explode at the box office, that it will have a few exotic dance numbers featuring gorgeous women, that it will be full of power-packed action sequences of Sallu single-handedly beating up the bad guys and that there will be a few lines or steps, that will be signature to the Bollywood’s Bhai.
By now, having seen enough number of trailers and song releases from Bharat, we are already aware of how anything relating to the movie will be released – with a dramatic monologue from Salman’s character Bharat. So naturally, today when the Bharat team dropped their latest song – Tur Peya, we saw the ritualistic monologue coming.
Main turpeya ghar se dur! #TurpeyaSong OUT NOW – https://t.co/TdoRfXpRzb@Bharat_TheFilm @aliabbaszafar @atulreellife @itsBhushanKumar #KatrinaKaif @Norafatehi @VishalDadlani @ShekharRavjiani @Sukhwindermusic @Irshad_Kamil @nikhilnamit @reellifeprodn @SKFilmsOfficial @TSeries
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) May 22, 2019
The song is catchy, with both beats and lyrics, and while it majorly talks to the ones away from their home country, trying to earn bread for themselves and their families, the visuals accompanying it are a little too happy than they should have been.
The song sees Salman in his crisp white navy uniform, dancing with a fleet of his fellow navy men, and time and again reminiscing about his home, his father, and of course the love of his life – Katrina Kaif walking down the aisle in a white wedding dress.
Nora Fatehi can also be seen dancing in the mix, dropping some hot and sexy moves in her chiffon skirt and floral co-ord sets alongside of a flock of glam girls, who we have no idea how fit in the bill of a song that talks about being away and nostalgic. But then again, it has Salman Khan, and that is all the justification his loyal fans need.
The, song sung by Sukhwinder Singh, is undoubtedly a power-pack number, that we are sure will become the anthem for everyone who resides outside of India. It has been written by Irshad Kamil and composed by Abhijit Nalani.