Upcoming movie Sanju has surely created a lot of buzz. From a captivating trailer to Ranbir Kapoor’s various different avatars, it has done it all, and has expanded the sheer interest of the audience. And needless to say, it has proved quite a bit of a success in this regard already. But if you think Rajkumar Hirani is going to let it go at quirky posters and trailers, you are in for a big surprise. Sanju’s new tangy track called Ruby Ruby is out, and it is everything you’d hoped for, maybe even better! The scintillating audio will only make you eagerly wait for the video. Here is why you shouldn’t stop grooving to Ruby Ruby at all.
The song has a 80s twist and is sung by Shashwant Singh and Poorvi Koutish. The super catchy lyrics align with the theme in perfect sync and are penned by Irshad Kamil. And you might catch yourself humming it while performing mundane chores.
A R Rahman’s music has surprised us before with its tumultuous effects, and this is no new surprise. The song mirrors a quest, of Sanju in his attempt to find love and chronicles his encounter with a woman named Ruby. The track is zingy and you should definitely include it in your playlist for your upcoming house party. It hits all the right bass notes, the underlying bass lines for the track to be phenomenal.
This is the third major soul stirring song that has been released from the Sanju album after Main Bhi Badiya tu bhi Badiya followed by Kar Har Maiden Fateh. The former had a similar folksy 80s vibe.
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After the release of this engrossing audio we can only wait for the video and meanwhile we can let our imaginations run wild and free. Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju is a biopic that chronicles Sanjay Dutt’s life and ever since the news of its inception it has only created a lot of noise, every bit of it being totally worth. The movie stars the Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor who is playing Sanjay Dutt, alongside Anushka Sharma, Sonam Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala , Dia Mirza and more. It is all set to hit the theatres on the 29th of June.
Beside the plot, the trailer and the cast, the track listing should also be one of the reasons why you must include the film in your bucket list.