The first song of Luka Chuppi featuring actors Kartik Aaryan and Kriti Sanon has released and it won’t disappoint you at all. Poster Lagwa do is the revamped version of the track from Akshay Kumar and Urmila Matondkar’s Aflatoon. Kriti and Sushant have set the screen on fire with their phenomenal dance moves and sizzling chemistry. The song has been crooned by Mika Singh and Sunanda Sharma. It is surely going to be the party anthem of this year. Also Read - Vinayak Chaturthi 2021: Know The date, Time For Ganesh Chaturthi Puja
Kriti and Kartik have come together for the first time and it seems like they are set to give a blockbuster film. The trailer of Luka Chuppi released recently and it got positive response from the cinema lovers. The movie revolves around a couple who decides to get into a live-in relationship before talking wedding vows and later, their family gets involved. Also Read - Forget Telegram, Signal: ISIS Terrorists in India, Abroad Using Much More Secure Messenger 'Threema'
Watch the song:
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Last night, Kriti shared a video in which she was seen grooving to the beats of the song with Kartik and Akshay.
The film also features Pankaj Tripathi, Aparshakti Khurrana and Vinay Pathak in crucial roles. It is bankrolled by Dinesh Vijan. Earlier, while talking about casting these two stars together, the producer said, “Kartik is the quintessential good boy every girl wants to take home to mamma, Kriti represents today’s youth who advocate gender equality and have their own ideology. They also have a crackling chemistry.”
The movie is all set to hit the screens on March 1 and will lock horns with Sushant Singh Rajput and Bhumi Pednekar’s Sonchiraiya.
On a related note, Kartik and Kriti will also be seen gracing the couch on Karan Johar’s celebrity chat show, Koffee With Karan. The actor was last seen in Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. It entered the coveted RS 100 crore club. Kriti, on the other hand, is also occupied with the work of Panipat.