‘Rahogi Meri’ From ‘Love Aaj Kal’ is a Valentine’s Day Disappointment

Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan‘s ‘Love Aaj Kal’ song ‘Rahogi Meri’ doesn’t deserve to be on your Valentine’s Day playlist.

Prior to the movie’s release, the makers of Kartik Aaryan-Sara Ali Khan starrer ‘Love Aaj Kal‘ have released a song that is not really worth playing this Valentine’s Day.

Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan have pulled up their socks for the release of their movie ‘Love Aaj Kal’ this Valentine’s Day. Filmmakers had in mind an idea to surprise SarTik fans by releasing their new song ‘Rahogi Meri’ (later on the title of the song) right a day before the film’s release.

'Rahogi Meri' From 'Love Aaj Kal' Is A Valentine’s Day Disappointment

But it seems their efforts failed to make a difference despite good intentions. All because the music isn’t soothing and it doesn’t rhyme too.

Unfortunately, Pritam could not really show us his magic this time, but the more surprising bit is that even Arijit Singh’s melodious voice couldn’t rescue the song, which was probably doomed when written down by the much-loved Bollywood lyricist Irshad Kamil.

But there’s something for the filmmakers to be happy about. There are some moments in the song (Randeep Hooda exchanging a glance with Sara Ali Khan, the 1990 version of Kartik Aaryan’s reunion with his lover, and the way love was expressed in the eras 1990 and 2000) which will bring warmth to your hearts and remind you of Imtiaz Ali.

Have a look at the music video here:

Helmed by Imtiaz Ali, ‘Love Aaj Kal’ (2020) also stars Arushi Sharma in a pivotal role (as the 1990 lover of Kartik Aaryan). The original movie featured Sara’s father Saif Ali Khan in the lead role with Deepika Padukone and Giselli Monteiro playing his love interests. Rishi Kapoor also played an important part in Imtiaz Ali’s 2009 version of Love Aaj Kal.

Imtiaz Ali is counting on Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan’s real-life chemistry to make it big on the box office. But there has been an increasing trend on box office where people shell out their hard-earned money on costly multiplex tickets only for quality entertainment.


Gaurav Gupta

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