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Bholaa first song Nazar Lag Jaegi out, listen here

The song introduces actor Amala Paul, who plays Ajay’s love interest in the film

Published: 20th February 2023

‘Nazar Lag Jayegi’, the first song from Ajay Devgn’s upcoming film Bholaa, was released today. The song introduces actor Amala Paul, who plays Ajay’s love interest in the film. She is making her Hindi debut with Bholaa. Written by Irshad Kamil, the song was sung by Javed Ali and composed by Ravi Basrur.

The song’s video shows Ajay as the local gangster Bholaa, while Amala plays a doctor. The two grow closer after Bholaa comes to her house and asks her to treat one of his gang members. In subsequent scenes, he is also seen giving her a lift. As she proposes marriage, Bholaa throws his gun in the Ganga. But his past will catch up with him soon, as an impending threat looms over the couple.

Here is the song

Speaking about the song, Ajay said, “The song showcases the emotional aspect of the film. I'm happy that Irshadji, Javed Ali and Ravi Basrur have brought it together so beautifully.” The actor had previously turned director with the films U, Me aur Hum (2008), Shivaay (2016) and Runway 34 (2022).

The upcoming film also stars Tabu, Deepak Dobriyal, Sanjay Mishra and Gajraj Rao. Amala and Abhishek Bachchan are said to be making special appearances in Bholaa. Written by Aamil Keeyan Khan, Ankush Singh, Sandeep Kewlani, and Shriidhar Dubey, the Hindi remake of the Tamil film Kaithi will be released in theatres on March 30.

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