Composed by the music maestro Anirudh, Chalona from ‘Jawan’ boasts of soul-stirring vocals from Adithya RK and Priya Mali.
According to Yash Raj Films (YRF), the song brings back the timeless magic of Shah Rukh Khan who has given us some of the most romantic and soulful numbers. This heartfelt melody marks the triumphant return of romance, featuring the King of Romance himself.
Paired together for the first time, Shah Rukh Khan and Nayantara present fresh and electrifying chemistry for the screen. Choreographed by the inimitable Farah Khan, the latest song to drop from the film has her signature style – infused with grace and elegance that complements the heartfelt lyrics penned by the acclaimed Oscar-winning lyricist Chandrabose.
Adithya RK's emotive rendition adds an extra layer of emotion to SRK's portrayal of love, as Nayanthara's exquisite voice is beautifully delivered by Priya Mali. The song captures the essence of the heart's deepest desires, celebrating the power of love in its purest form.
'Jawan' is a Red Chillies Entertainment presentation directed by Atlee, produced by Gauri Khan, and co-produced by Gaurav Verma.
The film will release worldwide in theatres on September 7 in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu languages.
Meanwhile, the filmmakers recently also highlighted Shah Rukh Khan’s lungi connection on screen, with a special bond with this South Indian male item of clothing.
From his unforgettable stint in the 'Chennai Express' hit song Lungi Dance to his latest chartbuster Zinda Banda from 'Jawan', the lungi is at the forefront. Thousands of backing dancers don the outfit, infusing the performance with a unique cultural flavour.
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The nostalgia-inducing factor is further enhanced by the presence of Priyamani, who shares the screen with SRK once again. It’s wonderful to see their fun camaraderie once again after 1, 2, 3, 4 Get on the Dance Floor from the blockbuster 'Chennai Express'. With Priyamani and SRK reuniting, and the lungi making an appearance, 'Zinda Banda' seems poised to recreate the magic of their previous collaboration, YRF said.