Today Judwaa 2‘s second song, Suno Ganpati Bappa Morya released and we can’t stop grooving to the energetic number. While it still remains to be seen if Varun Dhawan could do justice to Salman Khan‘s iconic role as twins Raja and Prem in the reprised version of the 1997 film–Judwaa, one thing is certain–he has definitely outshone his senior when it comes to dancing. Yes, the actor is an incredible dancer and he completely owns this song making it almost impossible for us to look away. Well, Suno Ganpati Bappa Morya, is not the only Ganesh Chaturthi song featured on the actor. Varun earlier danced for Lord Ganesha in the climax of his dance based film ABCD 2–Hey Ganaraya, which went on to become a huge hit! This is our seventh song in the ongoing list of melodies for the ten-day long Ganesh Festival.Also Read - Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon Wrap Up Shooting For Bhediya As They Release New Motion Poster

Composed by the music director duo, Sachin-Jigar and sung by Divya Kumar, the song is a soft melody invoking the blessings of the Elephant God. While it begins slow, the song picks its pace midway with a Hindustani classical melody, making it the perfect track to dance on. The star cast performs the song on stage in the movie and it will surely leave you speechless. Check it out below. Also Read - Hanuman Jayanti: Rhea Chakraborty Wishes For Strength, Kartik Aaryan Hails Covid Warriors on Sacred Occasion

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It’s the lyrics of the prayer song, that makes it so special. The lyrics go as follows–“Hey Ganaraya tere bina main, Aadi stutaya kahaan chala main. Aakaar lene laga khwaab mera, Saakar hote ruka khwaab mera. Mere ahoorey khwaab, Karde karde tu poore aaj.” It literally means–“O Lord Ganesha, without You, O eternally worshipped Lord (O Lord Ganesha), where am I walking to? My dreams started shaping up, But they didn’t reach its conclusion. My tasks are incomplete. Please help me complete/conclude them today.” Given that Lord Ganesha is widely revered as the remover of obstacles, the patron of arts and sciences, the God of intellect and wisdom and also as the God of beginnings, he is honoured every time something new and important is started. The lyrics completely do justice to this phenomenon. (ALSO READ: Ganpati 2017 Song Of The Day: Sadda Dil Vi Tu From ABCD Is The Hip Hop Arati Track You Just Cannot Miss)

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