Tevar ‘Let Celebrate’ song review: Arjun-Sonakshi redefines swag with singer Imran Khan (watch video)


After the massive success of ‘Superman’ and ‘Radha Nachegi’, the makers of Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha’s upcoming film, Tevar are out with their third song.

Titled ‘Let’s Celebrate’, the groovy track has been crooned by popular pop star Imran Khan.

The video features Sonakshi Sinha and Arjun Kapoor partying hard.

“Let’s celebrate” has been crooned, written and composed by Pakistani singer Imran Khan. He has also featured in the song.

The song is a loud club number and from its music to the entire way it is choreographed, Let’s celebrate is a complete dance number.

Unlike the first two songs, this one is an out-an-out club number. It is a lively, peppy number.

Imran is making his entry in Bollywood with a new party anthem titled ‘Let’s Celebrate’ and we must say his entry is grand.

Both Arjun and Sona look hip, oozing with the right kind of attitude to rock the silver screen. Unlike the typical desi avatar in Radha Nachegi, Sonakshi has unleashed her wild song in this song.

Talking about the video, it features Sonakshi, Arjun and the ‘Amplifier’ singer. While Arjun is redefining swag, Sonakshi on the other hand, who has lost a lot of weight for this film is looking sexy.

Imran is seen wearing a real diamond studded neckpiece that reads IK, which is quite cool.

The chunk featuring Sonakshi’s dance had made the actress look sexy and glamorous. She is seen all hip and happening avatar. Before this the actress was featured in video with Honey Singh which she shot in LA.

All we can say is that trio of Ajun Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha, Imran Khan has done a ‘tevariffic’ job

Tevar is an upcoming Indian action romance film directed by Amit Sharma and written by Gunasekhar.

The film stars Arjun Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha and Manoj Bajpayee in lead roles. It is a remake of director Gunasekhar’s 2003 Telugu film Okkadu, starring Mahesh Babu and Bhoomika Chawla.

It will hit the screens on January 9.

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