Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam starrer upcoming movie ‘Kaabil’ is has released it’s first song ‘Kaabil Hoon’ today. The video for the song featuring both the actors was released today after it’s full-length audio was released yesterday. The song depicts an innocent and emotional bond that the two actors are seen sharing in the video. Both of them are playing visually-impaired in the movie and seen finding happiness in each other’s company which connects them. Rajesh Roshan has developed the music for the song, who has been giving the music for all the movies under Rakesh Roshan’s production house FilmKraft Productions. The singers behind the song are Jubin Nautiyal and Palak Muchhal The romantic song depicts the relationship of the two in the film.
The gripping trailer of ‘Kaabil’ was released a month back and has 18.7 million views till now. The intense yet cold trailer has garnered a lot of love from the fans, making it one of the most awaited movies of the year. The movie is scheduled to release on 25 January 2017, all over the world. Hrithik Roshan’s last movie Mohenjo Daro did not work well to gain the kind of attention that it was supposed to gain. So Hrithik Roshan is expected to strike back with this thrilling movie. The movie is directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Rakesh Roshan. Sanjay Gupta has directed many thrilling movies in the past which includes Kaante, Musafir, Zinda, Jazbaa. Sanjay is famous for directing movies inspired from Hollywood movies.
The song is getting huge love from the viewers with almost all the comments being positive. They are expressing their views about the song, saying that they have put the song on repeat mode and they are loving the expressions and body language of both actors in the video. People are loving the chemistry between the two and are giving thumbs up for the fresh on screen couple.
The song and video are quite opposite because the song is very romantic and emotional sorts whereas the trailer is edgy and thrilling. The makers have tried to break the stereotypical point of view of some people who think that physically challenged people are asexual. It shows how every person feels the need of love and intimacy regardless of whether he/she is physically challenged or not.