The last melody from the collection of Omung Kumar's retribution dramatization Bhoomi, 'Slack Ja Gale' was a much needed refresher in what is touted as an exceptional activity stacked film. Its most recent melody, 'Will You Marry Me', takes after a similar way however falls prey to overindulgence. The move number is normal most definitely, with regards to Sachin-Jigar's melodic score, Anvita Dutt's verses and Divya Kumar and Jonita Gandhi's vocals. The main hero is a shimmering Aditi Rao Hydari, who notwithstanding the overwhelming make up, imbues a little life into the tune with her incidentally smooth move movies.
Be that as it may, the little relief in this somewhat extended tune originates from the squint and-miss minutes shared by Aditi and her onscreen father Sanjay Dutt. Dutt oiling his girl's hair with the Taj Mahal in the setting, Aditi coloring her dad's hair and them two enjoying a charming kitchen battle are minutes that influence you to need to see a greater amount of them than only an arbitrary shaadi number. Bhoomi additionally stars Shekhar Suman, Sharad Kelkar and Siddhant Gupta, alongside Sunny Leone in an extraordinary appearance. It is co-delivered by Bhushan Kumar's T-Series Films and Kumar's Legend Studios. It is slated to discharge on 22 September, alongside Amit V Masurkar's dark comic drama Newton and Apurva Lakhia's wrongdoing biopic Haseena Parkar.
Discussing how the thought appeared, Omung said here on Monday, "Fundamentally it is for a scene in the film where Sanjay is playing out a Ganesh aarti. It is an opening scene of the film and a similar opening you find in the trailer also. So when the thought came up that we should record, we as a whole promptly said 'yes'."It isn't tied in with singing... Regardless of the possibility that Sanjay just presents it enthusiastically, stop. His voice echoes in your psyche. I trust individuals will play this aarti for a long time to come. It will be a major hit."