The new song 'Zaalima Coca Cola Pila De' from Bollywood actors Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Dutt starrer film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India' was released today. Is. In this song, the popular dancer and actress Nora Fatehi is seen dancing vigorously. This song is choreographed by Ganesh Acharya. Before the release of the song, the video of this song was also shared on Instagram while dancing with Ganesh Acharya in Nora Fatehi. This song has been sung by Shreya Ghoshal. Watch the great video of the song here…
Zaalima Coca Cola Pila De Nora Fatehi Full Video Song | Neha, Tanshik | Bhuj: The Pride of India
In the video, she is seen in two different outfits. Nora will be seen as Heena Rahman in the film Bhuj: The Pride of India, which is based on the social and political scenario of the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. She is playing the role of a detective in the film. Here are the more details of the song below.
Zaalima Coca Cola Pila De Song Details
- Song: Zaalima Coca Cola
- Singer: Shreya Ghoshal
- Music: Tanishk Bagchi
- Lyrics: Vayu
- Music On: T-Series
- Choreographer: Ganesh Acharya
- Music Team: Song Arranged,
- Programmed & Sound Design by – Tanishk Bagchi, Harmonium and Banjo – Pradip Pandit
- Additional Voice – Raja Hasan
- Dholak & Tabla – Raju Sardar & Sanjeev Sen
- Mandolin – Pradipto Sen Gupta
- Guitar – Shomu Seal
- Dubbing Coordinator – Chayan Rio Ghosh
- Chorus – Sudhanshu, Arjun, Anupam & Rakesh.
- Recorded by Rahul Sharma at Studio 504, Mumbai
- Song Mixed and Mastered by – Eric Pillai @ (Future Sound of Bombay)
Original Song Credits
Here are the Original song details. This song is the remake of Zalim Coca Cola Peya De sung by Noor Jehan.
- Song - Zalim Coca Cola Peya De
- Singer - Noor Jehan
- Music - Taafu
- Lyrics - Khawaja Pervez
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When Will Bhuj: The Pride Of India Movie Releasing?
Bhuj: The Pride of India will release on August 13 on Disney+Hotstar. It also stars Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Ammi Virk and Sharad Kelkar. Ajay Devgn plays the role of IAF Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik, who was in charge of Bhuj Airport during the war. In the film, it can be seen how the officer, with the help of 300 women from a village in Madhapar, saved the entire Indian Air Force airbase from the Pakistani army.