Varun Dhawan’s Ganpati Bappa Morya Is The Best Song To Play In This Ganesha Season!

Varun Dhawan’s Ganpati Bappa Morya Is The Best Song To Play In This Ganesha Season!

Every year around this time, Indian filmmakers are all ready with their Ganpati songs and David Dhawan directorial Judwaa 2 is no different. This Varun Dhawan starrer movie just released their Ganpati Bappa Morya track and it is making all the buzz on the Internet for Varun’s high octane movies. We have already seen Ganpati song in the film Daddy tilted 'Aala Re Aala Ganesha’ and well both tracks stay unique from each other. Judwaa 2 is the sequel to 1997 movie which starred Salman Khan, Karishma Kapoor and Rambha.

If there is one thing that Varun is good at, it is definitely swaying to the lively beats of music tracks, and this song has made us believe that no one can play the character of Raja better than him. While Varun will be seen playing a double role as twins Raja and Prem who are lost brothers, this Ganpati song is picturised on Raja, the ‘tapori’ one. Composed by Sajid Wajid, and sung by Amit Mishra, the song beautifully captures the innocent relationship of Raja and his best friend and protector, Ganpati Bappa. The lyrics have been penned by Danish Sabri.

The stellar cast of this upcoming Hindi flick included Jacqueline Fernandez and Tapsee Pannu playing the leading ladies. Ali Asgar playing the role of Prem’s therapist and Rajpal Yadav playing the role of Raja’s left hand is so funny, you will probably laugh your senses out. This movie is expected to do as well as the previous film of the franchise and live up to the expectations of Salman Khan fans.

The most exciting part about the movie will be watching Varun dancing to Oonchi Hai Building and Chalti Hai Kya 9 se 12, which are rendered from the previous movie of the franchise. This movie is slated to release on September 29 and will be Varun Dhawan’s second movie of the year. Let’s hope and see if this actor is able to recreate the magic of Salman Khan in his Judwaa sequel.

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 31 Aug 2017

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