Ranveer Singh, Jayeshbhai Jordaar, title song

An upcoming movie, Jayeshbhai Jordaar starring Ranveer Singh, Shalini Pandey, Boman Irani, and Ratna Pathak Shah is grabbing everyone’s attention. The film that speaks about female infanticide and women empowerment has already impressed movie buffs with its trailer. Now, the makers of the film are releasing songs from the album and the latest one to hit the internet is the title track of Jayeshbhai Jordaar. The song showcases the quirky yet thrilling and adventurous life of Jayeshbhai whose character is played by Ranveer in the movie.

The Jayeshbhai Jordaar title song showcases his struggle as a son, as a husband and even as a father. It also tells us that he tries to play all the roles perfectly well but not all plans are well planned. As the name of the film, the title song is quite jordaar. The song is crooned by Vishal Dadlani and Keerthi Sagathia while the music is composed by Vishal and Sheykhar. The lyrics of the song are penned by Jaideep Sahni.

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Watch the new Jayeshbhai Jordaar title song here:

Meanwhile, Jayeshbhai hails from heartland Gujarat and he has razor-sharp wit, will entertain us, win over our hearts and also deliver a powerful message. Ranveer says that Jayeshbhai is India’s answer to Charlie Chaplin and his brand of social satires.

 

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Ranveer says, “Jayeshbhai is a character with absolutely no reference point in the history of Hindi cinema but if I had to draw a parallel with someone in terms of mannerisms, it will have to be with Charlie Chaplin. Charlie Chaplin had this unique ability as an artist to take his pain and play with it. His situation was always deeply tragic but he was able to deal with it through the power of humour.

Also read: Ranveer Singh is ecstatic with audience’s love for Jayeshbhai Jordaar trailer: I’m over the moon with the reactions

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