T-Series’ newest music video “Lut Gaye” that includes Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi and newcomer Yukti Thareja is out. The practically five-minute video is a romantic ballad crooned by Jubin Nautiyal, with lyrics by Manoj Muntashir. The monitor has been composed by Tanishk Bagchi.
True to Bhushan Kumar’s model, the monitor is a corny, melodramatic tackle unrequited, unfulfilled love. The lyrics are respectable, and the tune sounds ok. The choreography and the entire ‘drunk bride act’ is paying homage to Divya Khosla’s model of “Yaad Piya Ki Aane Lagi.”
The tune makes an attempt to spin a narrative of nice love and sacrifice about a Mumbai cop who unwittingly falls for the bride he rescues. However, the video goes spherical and spherical in circles and doesn’t do a nice job at maintaining the viewer engaged. Even Tanishk Bagchi’s music makes it sound just like the common, generic membership quantity.
In an earlier assertion on the music video of ‘Lut Gaye,’ Emraan Hashmi mentioned, “We received appreciation and love for Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon, and when Bhushan and Vinay-Radhika spoke to me about Lut Gaye, I was happy to collaborate on the single. It is a beautiful melody with words that hit you hard. Hope the audiences love the song as much as I do.”
Emraan and Bhushan Kumar have beforehand collaborated on a number of initiatives. Speaking about the identical, Bhushan mentioned, “Emraan Hashmi takes romantic tracks to an all-new level with the way he beautifully emotes love, longing or even heartbreak. No one could have performed ‘Lut Gaye’ better than him and we are happy he agreed to feature in this melodious, soulful song. A beautiful story by Vinay-Radhika together with Jubin’s passionate voice, Tanishk’s sincere composition, and Manoj’s heartfelt lyrics, this one will stay with audiences for a long time.”