Aly Goni became a household name with his serial Ye Hai Mohabbatein and gained an overwhelming response thereafter. Meanwhile, Reem Shaikh ruled hearts with her outstanding performance in Yeh Rishta Kya kehlata hai. Now, the duo will work together for the first time in Tony Kakkar’s Meherbaan. Tony Kakkar posted a video of his recent release Meherbaan featuring Aly Goni and Reem Shaikh. Well, the video has all our eyes, and we cannot stop looking at the duo’s enchanting chemistry.
In the video we see Aly Goni completely enchanted by Reem Shaikh’s beauty. The duo romance each other in an aesthetical haveli under the chandelier. As the song proceeds further, we witness their gripping chemistry. The song turns even more passionate when the duo uses various props to woo each other. Aly Goni wears a black pathani suit, whereas Reem Shaikh is donned in traditional red lehenga. Song speaks of passion, romance, and all of all longing for each other. It doesn’t fail to take you back to the ‘Ang Laga De’ era.
Apart from the acting, chemistry and outstanding set, the lyrics too create a long lasting impact. “Tu Chahe Mujhe Yoon, Meherbaan Khuda Lagta Hai…..Phir Se Zinda Kiya Jisne, Wahi Aakhri Dawa Lagta Hai” flows like poetry, touching all the right notes.
Tony Kakkar released the Meherbaan video on youtube today and the video instantly went viral. People wholeheartedly praised the couple’s sizzling chemistry and captivating lyrics. A fan also said that Tony Kakkar is all set to make history with this song. Meanwhile another fan commented, “No Bollywood No Hollywood only watching Tony kakkar.” Along with Tony Kakkar, fans are also praising The singer of the song, Sonu Kakkar. A comment read, “Sonu Mam’s voice is so good. Hope this song gets as much appreciation it deserves.”
Neha Kakkar, Tony Kakkar’s sister also took to her Instagram and wished the entire team of Meherbaan. She captioned the post as, “This song….. and the way it’s been sung.. Goosebumps!!!!!” Well, the sensuous chemistry of Aly Goni and Reem Shaikh are definitely swooning the audience.