Rakul Preet Singh Tries to Woo a Heartbroken Sidharth Malhotra From Marjaavaan With His Haiyya Ho Moves

Post 2 romantic ballads, ‘Tum Hi Aana’ & ‘Thodi Jagah’, the makers of Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria starrer ‘Marjaavaan’ have dropped the 3rd track from the flick that features Rakul Preet Singh in a sizzling avatar.

Titled ‘Haiyya Ho’, this audio single is a recreated version of the iconic song that went by the same name from Late Vinod Khanna’s film, ‘Dayavan’. This recreated song features Rakul Preet Singh urging Sidharth Malhotra to give her love a chance after the latter loses his lady love aka Tara Sutaria. Soon after one can see Rakul Preet showing off some seductive dance moves in a bid to woo Sidharth.

Rakul Preet Singh Sidharth Malhotra Marjaavaan
Rakul Preet Singh Sidharth Malhotra Marjaavaan

Rakul used his Twitter handle to share this audio single and captioned it with the words,

“Iss Diwali, jalegi #HaiyaHo ki chingari! Song out now! #MarjaavaanOn15thNov.”

Have a look at the song video here:


Tulsi Kumar and Jubin Nautiyal have lent their voice to this recreated version, with lyrics and music both being provided by Tanishk Bagchi.

Giving an insight into this 3rd track from Marjaavan, director Milap Zaveri told HT City,

“The song is a recreation of the iconic song in Feroz Khan sir’s Dayavan. It was filmed on late Vinod Khanna sir, Feroz sir, and Ramya Krishnan. It is great to have filmed that on Rakul, whose character in our film is modelled around that of Rekha ji in Muqaddar ka Sikandar (1978). It’s an integral part of the film. It talks about love and loss, and has Sidharth and Rakul in it. Rakul rehearsed a lot with choreographer Adil Shaikh.”

Talking about Marjaavan’s plot it is a revenge drama that has a pint-sized Riteish Deshmukh playing the main antagonist who creates havoc in Sidharth Malhotra & Tara Sutaria’s life. Initially, the film was set for a box office debut in the early days of October. But after a lot of delays, you can see it in your nearby theatres on November 15, 2019.


Gaurav Gupta

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