Ahead of Independence Day, Tiger Shroff has unveiled his highly awaited patriotic anthem, Vande Mataram. The patriotic track marks Tiger’s debut in Hindi song. For Vande Mataram, Tiger has reunited with his A Flying Jatt director Remo D’Souza. The duo has once again recreated their magic in this heartfelt tribute to the Indian Defence Forces.
Sharing the song on his social media handles, Tiger wrote, “This one’s dedicated to our glorious nation and its people. It has been an unexplainable journey to make this happen. With great honour and pride, I present to you my first ever Hindi song-#VandeMataram This will always be very special and close to my heart(sic).”
In the track, we not only see Tiger showcase his vocal prowess but the handsome actor also his terrific dancing skills. While Remo has directed the song, it is choreographed by Ankan Sen, Jueli Vaidya and Rahul Shetty. The song also features montages of the Republic Day parade.
One’s love for their nation and its Defence Forces can never be summed up in a few words but this song amazingly succeeds in doing so. Vishal Mishra soothing tunes and Kaushal Kishore’s lyrics will effortlessly evoke patriotic feelings amongst the listeners.
You can check out the song below:
The official synopsis of the song reads as, “A heartfelt tribute- to the men and women of the Indian Defence Forces, we salute you today and every day and to every Indian who celebrates and embodies the true spirit of India you are everything that makes our country truly special.”
Previously, sharing his excitement about his debut Hindi song, Tiger had said, “This is the first time I have attempted to sing a song like this, So excited and nervous at the same time to share with you all my next single #VandeMataram. It’s not just a song but an emotion that celebrates independent India. Extremely grateful to share a special song, a tribute to our India, our home.”
Vande Mataram is produced by Jackky Bhagnani’s Jjust Music and we are pretty sure this Independence Day everyone will play this song to celebrate the occasion.