Hina Khan, and Angad Bedi are out on the prowl and in the mood of doing some serious damage. Their latest single- Main Bhi Barbad, sees them as the two leads of a mafia gang, all stylishly clad and looking every bit dangerous. Both sport distinct looks through the video, something audiences have rarely seen them in earlier. The teaser images of their looks released a few days back had already got the fans and netizens excited about the release.
Sung with some great emotional fervor by the brilliant Yasser Desai, the track has been composed by Gourav Dasgupta (who recently belted out the chartbuster dance track Dream Mein Entry) while the lyrics have been worded by acclaimed lyricist Kunwar Juneja.
The video directed by the talented Aditya Datt, boasts of some stunning visuals, and creates an atmosphere of intrigue, edginess, passion and ultimately betrayal. Set against the backdrop of a mafia cartel, Hina plays the leader of the gang, while Angad plays her trusted aide, with an underlying sense of passion and romance. There is a delicious twist in the end, which reflects the thought of the song: Love Betrays.
Watch the music video here:
Hina Khan, sporting a look in absolute contrast to the looks she has done in the past, said of the song, “I fell in love with the main hook line of the song – Main Bhi Barbaad Tu Bhi Barbaad Hain. It’s so full of pain and pathos, and I couldn’t let go of the haunting melody from my mind. It’s such a stylishly shot video with an intriguing storyline, and it was so much fun to sport the looks I have done in the song. I am really excited to see the reactions of fans to this song.”
Angad Bedi, replete with some cool tattoos all over him said, “It’s such a haunting composition. It talks of love, loss, and destruction – all that makes a relationship interesting and provocative. The video has a great storyline and it’s been stylishly mounted by Aditya. I am sure this is going to be heartbreak song that will be on people’s playlists for years to come. Also, that this song is got a great connect with the millennial audience as its unapologetic. Its grey… we live in the grey not black and white.”