Watch: Gear up to embark on a journey of love and heartbreak with Vicky Kaushal and Nora Fatehi in 'Pachtaoge', teaser out now


It won't be wrong to say Bollywood has immersed itself into the current trend of singles and albums in the music industry. With celebrities like Alia Bhatt, Sonam K Ahuja, Shah Rukh Khan and several others participating actively in music albums and singles, how is it possible that the nation's crush Vicky Kaushal stays behind? The actor, who recently won the National Film Award 2019, will be breaking the ice with his first music album titled Pachtaoge co-starring Nora Fatehi. The makers of this song, after releasing two posters, have finally dropped in the teaser. Pachtaoge, a tale of love and heartbreak, will be out on August 23, 2019.

The teaser starts with giving us a glimpse into Nora's character, who seems to be a ballroom dancer. Soon, we see Vicky and Nora share some love-filled moments together. A while into the teaser, we get to see Nora with some other man on the stage, leaving Vicky in tears. With the teaser, we get a sneak peek into the twisted tale of love. Pachtaoge is sung by Arijit Singh, Jaani and B Praak. The song is composed and written by Jaani. It is directed by Arvindr Khaira and presented by T-Series. Watch the teaser here:


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Pachtaoge is primarily shot in Shimla with a European style backdrop adding to the feel of the song. Speaking of the song, producer Bhushan Kumar said," It’s been a while that we saw a music video which is so passionate and packs in so much intensity. Vicky and Nora have done a wonderful job.” 

Workwise, Nora was last seen in the song O Saki Saki from John Abraham's Batla House while Vicky featured in the lead role in Uri: The Surgical Strike earlier this year. The former will now be seen in Street Dancer 3D and the latter has a plethora of films including Sardar Udham Singh, Takht, Bhoot: Part One Haunted Ship and Sam Manekshaw biopic.

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