Deepika Padukone And Ranbir Kapoor Get Emotional!

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Ranbir-Deepika-Imitiaz Ali’s ‘Tamasha’ has created a lot of buzz before the filming even began. The movie stars the ‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’ pair, Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor. The music of the movie is composed by the legend himself, AR Rahman.

When the music comes from AR Rahman, one thing is sure that you will be spellbound. Be it a fun song like ‘Matarghasti’ or a heart breaking song like ‘Agar Tum Saath Ho’, AR Rahman  touches your heart. The on-screen couple Deepika and Ranbir’s chemistry is spot on.

New song of Tamasha  ‘Agar Tu Saath Ho’ released earlier today and our emotions are all over the place. The song is sung by Alka Yagnik and Arijit Singh. The song showsDeepika’s character Tara crying realizing something crucial about Ranbir’s character Ved. The song shows the couple showing different emotions. Deepika’s Tara breaks down completely in the song. The emotional track is soothing and soulful and will leave the viewers in tears. The picturisation of the song is absolutely amazing. In the end, Ranbir walks out of the place and Deepika runs behind him. The scene is completely tear-jerking.

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While the expectations are humungous from film thanks to RanbirDeepika’s chemistry and Imtiaz’s direction, AR Rahman’s music is like an icing on the cake. Till now, the songs and promos of Tamasha have looked extremely impressive. The excitement for the movie is growing day by day.

‘Tamasha’ is waiting in the wings to hit the screens on November 27,2015.

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