Song Of The Week: 'Kesariya' tops with 260+ million views, Alia Bhatt wanted a love anthem so...
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‘Saffron’ is maintaining the top spot.
Alia Bhatt’s love story.

Mumbai. You must have seen an advertisement of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, in which Ranbir says, ‘The mood of romance will be created only when the saffron will run…’. By the way, the song ‘Saffron’ is so cute that listening to it can make one’s mood good. This love anthem is being liked by the people so much that it is trending on top on YouTube. This song has got more than 260 million views so far. Come, let’s talk about this song and the story behind it…

of ‘Brahmastra’ The love between Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt can be clearly seen in this song. It was during this film that the love of this couple deepened further. This song has been sung by everyone’s favorite Arijit Singh, which has brought more life to the song. Lyrics are written by Amit Bhattacharya and music composed by Pritam. This song from the film, which released on 9 September, is the first in the chartbuster.

Alia Bhatt didn’t have any love anthem
Alia and Ranbir’s love is one of the main reasons behind the making of this song. Actually, Alia first proposed Ranbir for marriage. Regarding this, Alia had told in an interview that when she proposed marriage to Ranbir, she regretted that she did not have any love song of her own, which she could hum for Ranbir.

Ayan gave a gift
Alia Bhatt said this to Ayan Mukerji. Ayan took this thing of his dear friend seriously. Ayan has Ranbir And decided to make a love anthem about Alia and specially gifted the song ‘Kesariya’ in ‘Brahmastra’ to Alia. This song, made because of love, is now getting a lot of love from the listeners too.

Tags: Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor

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