The new song ‘Dil Ka Telephone’ from ‘Dream Girl’ is out. And, the song is going viral on the internet
After bagging the national award for the best actor, Ayushmann Khurrana looks adamant to keep up his winning streak as he is all set to entertain the audience with his upcoming film ‘Dream Girl’ and he is playing the role of Pooja, who works for an adult helpline.
Few days, ago the trailer was launched and undoubtedly the talented Ayushmann impressed everyone. Going by the trailer, the film appears to be a hilarious ride. The hit pair of Ayushmann Khurrana and Annu Kapoor, who were last seen together in ‘Vicky Donor’ guarantees a number of laughter moments.
In the film, Ayushmann Khurrana plays a small-town guy who can modulate his voice to sound like a woman. Ayushmann Khurrana has given a cute hook step for the song which looks quite adorable.
Dream Girl’s new song ‘Dil Ka Telephone’ is sure to get you grooving
Talking about the second song of the film ‘Dil Ka Telephone‘ the actor is seen singing the song in a woman’s voice to entice his lovers on the adult hotline. Sung by Jonita Gandhi and Nakash Aziz, the song has music by Meet Bros. The lyrics of the new song have been penned by Kumaar.
Dreamy looks of Ayushmann Khurrana
The director, Raaj Shaandilyaa, gave interesting insights about the song fitting really well with Ayushmann’s role.
He explained, “The song fits perfectly well in the narrative. Ayushmann’s character, who lands a job in a ‘female friendship’ call center, talks to his listeners as Pooja, resolving their daily problems and becoming their virtual friend. While interacting with the callers, one of them asks Pooja to sing, that’s when Ring Ring comes into play. We wanted them (the song’s composers Meet Bros and lyricist Kumaar) to come up with the track that has fun lyrics and at the same time conveys the film’s story.”
Ayushmann’s fans must be very excited to see him in a different Avatar. The film is slated to release on 13th September. On the work front, Ayushmann will be seen in Gulabo-Sitabo.
So, put on your earphones and listen to ‘Dil Ka Telephone’