Ayan Mukerji’s first song Brahmastratitled Caesarean section It has been popular since it was released on Sunday. The song, beautifully sung by Arijit Singh, was depicted on Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. The song, which is largely sung in Hindi, consists of two English words”Love Storiyan“In a line. Twitter users shared some memes about how the two words seemed out of place on the flawless track.” Everything was going well in my life until I heard the word Love Storiyan in Caesarean section Song,” one Twitter user wrote. Another Twitter user compared the thing to a character Arturo from a Netflix show Stealing money.
The Tamil and Telugu versions of the film were sung by Syed Sriram.
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– Ritvi Singh (@chickenbiryyani) July 18 2022
If you don’t love me, don’t love me
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– suhas C (@suhasc20161) July 17 2022
some Stealing money A reference to some up another. One Twitter user wrote: ‘Love story’ in Cassara is like Arturo’s ‘cash theft’.
– Akash Raj (@rajakash04) July 17 2022
Here is another reaction
– Deliver my melody (delivermytune) July 18 2022
– Cyanide (@cyanideisback) July 18 2022
Another Twitter user wrote: “Everything was going well in my life until I heard the word ‘Love storiyan’ in kesariya tera.”
– Raj Jadhav (@jadhavraj996) July 18 2022
In the first phase of the Astra world of films, Shiva as Ranbir Kapoor’s character is part of the mighty. Brahmastra. It is represented by the element of fire. Amitabh Bachchan and Nagarjuna are protectors BrahmastraWhile Muni Roy represents the dark forces that wish to reach Brahmastra.
BrahmastraAnd the Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor The first project together, scheduled for release in September and featuring a star-studded cast that also includes Nagarjuna, Dimple Kapadia and Mouni Roy. The film is scheduled to be released in theaters on September 9. Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor found love on the sets of the movie. They got married in April of this year.
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