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Airlift song ‘Tu Bhoola Jise’ released: A patriotic song by Akshay Kumar

Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur look stunning in the newly released song of 'Airlift' titled 'Tu Bhoola Jise'.

Written by Dimpal Bajwa | New Delhi |
January 8, 2016 4:31:54 pm
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Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur look stunning in the newly released song of ‘Airlift’ titled ‘Tu Bhoola Jise’. The song, which not only gives you goosebumps, as you begin hearing “Vande Matram”, it also takes you on a journey of the Indians who got stuck in Kuwait during the Gulf War in 1990.

Akshay Kumar takes the center stage once again in this song with Nimrat doing justice to her role of the actor’s wife. Akshay, who plays a powerful Indian origin businessman based in Kuwait, holds his countrymen close during the time of crisis in the country.

Releasing on the Republic Day this year, you would definitely want to hear the song over and over again as the strong background score and lyrics give you a sense of patriotism. (Read: Airlift trailer: Akshay is back with a powerpack performance)

Akshay Kumar released the song on Twitter. He tweeted:

Watch the song here:

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrXKov_UmCA%5D

The song written by Kumaar has been composed by Amaal Mallik and singer K.K. has lent his voice to it.

Directed by Raja Krishna Menon, Airlift is slated to release four days prior to Republic Day on January 22.

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