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Saaho Drops Its Latest Song Psycho Saiyaan And It Has All The Makings Of A Party Anthem!

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I am a dancer, of course, in addition to being a writer. So naturally, when a few hours ago the film Saaho dropped its latest song Psycho Saiyaan upon us, I was bubbling up with excitement to see how they’ve managed to pull off those ultra glam looks of Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor that we were made privy to us in a teaser poster just last week. And safe to say guys, justice has been delivered!

First of all, the song starts with some catchy and groovy beats, the kind that have you moving a little within the first five seconds itself. And then with a few camera glances at both Prabhas and Shraddha, we see our dear Baahubali, looking and dancing like a he completely owns it.  That he was wearing a shirt and not shooting arrows out of bow had no bearing on how drool-worthy he looked. And he’s pulling off those moves with ease, like he has been dancing forever, no sweat.

Enter Shraddha Kapoor, embodying the character of a glam queen, and matching every step with Prabhas, taking our breath away with every chest pop, and mind you there are plenty in the song. Apart from introducing us to all kinds and colours of bling and sequins, the song vividly ends up teaching us what we imagine will be called ‘the club moves’ for 2019. The song, as it progresses, also takes us through a few snippets of the action-packed drama that will be Saaho, perfectly adding to the mood and excitement for it.

Sung by Dhvani Bhanushali, composed by Tanishk Bagchi who has also penned the song along with giving the music, Psycho Saiyaan will be launched simultaneously in four languages – Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam. And after listening to it once, we understand why it needs to be recorded in more languages, because clearly the song has all the makings of the next party anthem!

Saaho is set to hit the theatres this August on Independence Day, and also stars actors like Neil Nitin Mukesh, Arun Vijay, Jackie Shroff, Mandira Bedi, Mahesh Manjrekar and Chunky Pandey in somewhat interesting and pivotal roles.


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