Attack song Ik Tu Hai: Witness sweet brewing romance between John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez
After releasing the power-packed trailer of Attack, the makers have now released the first track titled, Ik Tu Hai. In the song, we see John Abraham turning into an assassin after his love Jacqueline Fernandez‘s life is at stake. Having said that, the makers have introduced a romantic track Ik Tu Hai which showcases the sweet brewing romance of John Abraham and Jacqueline Fernandez which is just too cute for words. In the romantic ballad, it gives us glimpses of their honeymoon phase to the time when he almost loses her during a terrorist attack.
The song will definitely remind you of college romance and the moments that you have spent in your relationship. John and Jacqueline’s chemistry looks extremely cute and comfortable in each other’s skin. Since they have worked together in Dishoom and Housefull 2, John and Jacqueline look amazing. Attack song Ik Tu Hai is crooned by Jubin Nautiyal and Shashwat Sachdev while the music composer is Shashwat Sachdev. The lyrics are penned by Kumaar.
Watch Attack song Ik Tu Hai video here:
Going by the Attack trailer, it seems like John’s character is mutated in the film and is created to combat terrorism and stop the rampant terror attacks. Jacqueline plays John’s love interest; however, his life goes little downhill when his ladylove is in fatal danger, on the other hand, Rakul essays the role of an officer who works at a government intelligence department. John Abraham new film has a complex drama with an element of sci-fi and an answer to how India deals with terrorism with a sneak peek into the future of warfare.
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Talking about the film, the Satyameva Jayate actor said about the film in 2019, “Attack is a taut, interesting thriller with a strong storyline and a genre I love! That it is releasing on Independence Day makes it even more exciting. At (John’s production house) JA Entertainment, it is our endeavour to push the envelope and produce films that entertain and have something significant to show to the increasingly discerning audience.”