After ‘Chogada’, Loveratri’s new garba song, ‘Rangtaari’ will get you grooving

The song will set the mood right this festive season as Aayush Sharma is seen grooving to garba beats. 

After a hit songs like ‘Akh Lad Jaave’ and ‘Chogada’, Loveratri makers have released a new garba track of the film ‘Rangtaari’ featuring Aayush Sharma.

The song is already within the top trends. It has been sung by Dev Negi and Yo Yo Honey Singh has rapped for it.

The song will set the mood right this festive season as Aayush Sharma is seen grooving to garba beats. Dressed in a white shirt, Aayush's energy is infectious in the song. However, unlike the other two songs where the actor had his leading lady, Warina Hussain for company, this one sees him going solo. Watch the video below:

The song begins with Aayush Sharma flaunting his muscles in a shirtless scene. Salman Khan's bodybuilding tips surely seem to have worked wonders for the newcomer. In fact, for the trailer launch of the film, entire Khan-daan had come along to extend their support for Arpita Khan’s hubby, Aayush. Salman also made a lot of headlines for his controversial comments at the trailer launch.

Talking of the film, Loveratri is a story about two youngsters who fall in love in the 9 days of Navratri festivities. Apart from Aayush, the film also marks the debut of Warina Hussain. Ronit Roy, Ram Kapoor, Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan are also there in the film. Produced under Salman Khan's home banner, Loveratri hits theatres on October 5. And about the song, share your views on how you liked this peppy number.

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