Khuda Haafiz Song Jaan Ban Gaye: Vidyut Jammwal and Shivaleeka Oberoi’s Old School Romance Will Soothe Your Heart (Watch Video)

Khuda Haafiz Song

Vidyut Jammwal starrer Khuda Haafiz is soon to hit the streaming platform. The trailer of the romantic action thriller helmed by Faruk Kabir was loved by fans. The story is touted to be inspired by real life incidents and looked intriguing. Now, ahead of its release, the makers dropped a romantic song that features Vidyut and lead actress, Shivaleeka Oberoi. The track titled as “Jaan Ban Gaye” is soothing and has an old charm vibe to it.

The video of the song shows romance budding between Sameer and Nargis, played by Vidyut and Shivaleeka respectively. The track is a beautiful portrayal of the days before getting married and the ‘firsts’ of a relationship.  It also shows the characters getting married in Muslim as well as Hindu traditions. The duo looks cute together with a sweet onscreen chemistry. The song is composed, written and arranged by Mithoon. It is crooned by Mithoon, Vishal Mishra &; Asees Kaur with the additional vocals by Keshav, Dilshad & Nakul. Check out the song below.

Watch Jaan Ban Gaye Song Here:

The movie is slated to release on Disney+ Hotstar on 14 August, 2020. The song is definitely a breath of fresh air amid the bunch of repetitive remakes. How did you like the song? Do let us know in the comments section below.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Jul 28, 2020 12:17 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, Technology, sports, entertainment and Health, log on to our website onhike.com).

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