By Asbah Umais
Eid-ul-Azha 2019 is going to be an enthralling battlefield for the film Industry, where three movies are lining up to hit the screens. Out of the lot, “Heer Maan Jaa” by IRK Films and Arif Lakhani Films seems to be ready to take the crown already, with its back to back phenomenal releases, including Addi Maar and the recently released phenomenal title track!
Emerging as a diva in Heer Maan Ja’s title track, Hareem Farooq has lit up the screen against the dark backdrop, to set fire to the sprightly music and vocals of Herbie Sahara in the background.
Penned by Sunny B, the song is a definite club mix, with a whole lot of zest and vigor in its beat. The track is a complete audio-visual treat that’s enough to glue our eyes to the TV screens, while sweeping us off our feet, persuading us to dance along.
Hareem Farooq, Ali Rehman Khan and Faizan Sheikh have amplified the track with their exceptional energy and performance. While Osman Khalid Butt and Faizan Uddin have conveyed their skills through brilliant choreography. The trendy wardrobe and the stylish dance moves make the song a complete package for the viewers.
Hareem absolutely rocked each of the two contrasting looks in the track. Her shiny black top glowing amidst those neon beams, totally gave off some seriously cool gothic vibes – a girl not to be messed with! Compare that to the second look of a hypnotizing Greek goddess, looking irresistible in a white silk gown – and you’ll find yourself unable to take your eyes off of her!
Can we also take a minute to appreciate her makeup artist for both the looks? Absolutely smashing makeup skills!
The title track of Heer Maan Ja has definitely set the ground for the movie. While we are still listening to Addi Maar on repeat, the title track has given us more reasons to shimmy as we anticipate the release of the movie.
With the wedding season around the corner, wouldn´t it be fantastic to see some crazy mehndi dances on both of these lively numbers. What do you think?
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