Hello peeps! We're sure you are very excited for the second song of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil i.e., Bulleya but before the song release, we have brought to you a hearttouching dialogue of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan from the film and her new picture from the song!
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's dialogue: "Main kisi ki zaroorat nahin... Khwahish banna chahti hoon." Woah! We are so excited to witness Aishwarya & Ranbir's sizzling intense sensual bond in Bulleya.
See Below The New Stills Of The Film..
Aishwarya-Ranbir's New Still
Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted this new picture of from the film and wrote, " #Bulleya is tuned by Pritam and penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya... Song releases tomorrow [Fri]... #ADHM Song pic:"
Ranbir's New Still
"#AeDilHaiMushkil title song became a rage. Now the second song #Bulleya is sure to rock the charts... Peppy song filmed most exquisitely..." wrote Taran Adarsh about Bulleya!
He also added, "KJo incorporates stunning visuals featuring Ranbir-Ash and Ranbir-Anushka... Fawad's expression speaks more than words... #Bulleya #ADHM"
Komal Nahta's On Bulleya
Another Trade Analyst Komal Nahta too gave a big thumbs up to the upcoming song and wrote on his Twitter account: "An instant chartbuster... that's what the Bulleya song from AeDilHaiMushkil is. Pritam, AmitabhBhattacharya, KJo, wow! BulleyaThisFriday"
Bulleya: The Hit Song
"In the Bulleya song, don't miss the to-die-for chemistry between Aishwarya & Ranbir and between Anushka & Ranbir. Surefire hit, this song!"
Lyrics Of Bulleya
The official Twitter handle of Dharma Production revealed the lyrics of Bulleya and it is so awesome! Brighten your Diwali with not just lights but words that reach out to your soul.
Another Line From Bulleya
"Meri Rooh Ka Parinda Phadphadaaye, Lekin Sukoon Ka Jazeera Mil Na Paaye" reads the lyrics of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil's upcoming song, Bulleya!
In a recent interview with Rediff, Karan had talked about how hsi storytelling instincts have changed over a period of a time!
"When I wrote this film, I narrated it to tons of the younger ADs. After all, I grew up in the '70s and '80s, and made films in the '90s. I see my friends' kids, the millenials, and they speak a different language."
One thing I have noticed, though, is that heartbreak and angst seem to growing phenomena. Young children lock themselves up in their room with a broken heart. Everyone is listening to sad songs all the time. Some of the happiness in the world seems to have diminished."