Bhojpuri actors Amrapali Dubey and Dinesh Lal Yadav aka Nirahua are riding high on success with their back to back films and blockbuster songs. A few days back, their new song ‘Choye Choye’ released from the film Nirahua Chalal London and it has now become a rage on the internet. The song has garnered more than 2.7 million views on YouTube and still counting. The song is the Bhojpuri version of Punjabi song ‘Bolo Tara Rara’ and is crooned by Nirahua. Azad Singh penned down the lyrics and it was composed by Madhukar Anand. The song is a fast-paced and a peppy number.
Dressed in a black lehenga and choli, Amrapali looked beautiful. With sunglasses and perfect expressions, her desi swag was on point. Nirahua complimented her very well. He also donned a black shirt with denim. It is quite evident from the video that both of them share a great bond. Their sizzling chemistry will surely make fans happy.
The makers of the film have also released another track of the film titled ‘Chehra Tohar’ and it is also going strong on the video-sharing app. The song has been crooned by Alok Kumar and Hunny B. The lyrics are written by Rakesh Nirala and the music has been composed by Madhukar Anand. The song is released under the banner of Pashupatinath Productions.
Watch the song here:
Dinesh Lal Yadav aka Nirahua and Amrapali Dubey are all set to share the screen space in ALTBalaji’s upcoming Bhojpuri web show, Hero Varrdiwala. It is written and directed by Mahesh Pandey. The show also features Karan Pandey, Vikrant Singh Rajpoot, Sanjay Pandey, Vinod Mishra, Kanak Pandey, Manoj Singh Tiger and Priyanka Pandit aka Gargi in important roles.
Speaking about the web series being based on the book, Nirahua shared, “Growing up, I often saw people reading ‘Varrdiwala Gunda,’ a very popular and much-loved novel written by Ved Prakash Sharma. What I didn’t know at that time is that a web series will be made on it in the future, and I will get the opportunity to star in it. It is definitely surreal and I hope the audience enjoys watching it as much as we have enjoyed bringing the story to them.”