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Badshah gives 'Aladdin' a desi twist with 'Sab Sahi Hai Bro'

ANI | Updated: 16-05-2019 00:43 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 20:06 IST
Badshah gives 'Aladdin' a desi twist with 'Sab Sahi Hai Bro'
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Disney India has unveiled a song from Hindi remake of 'Aladdin' featuring Badshah. The 33-year-old singer has also penned the catchy lyrics and composed the track of the song titled 'Sab Sahi Hai Bro'. The foot-tapping song with its upbeat Arabic music has just the perfect amount of desi twist to make it a party jam.

The recently released track has the typical Badshah feel to it with beautiful lyrics about life and friendship. The video also showcases brief clips featuring the actors from the movie. The film adaptation features Armaan Malik's voice as the lead character.

The opening scene in the music video featured Badshah holding a golden genie lamp. A few moments into the song, Badshah can be seen whirling in a black and raisin blue Afghani outfit, surrounded by background dancers in colourful Arabic costumes. The retro-fairytale setup in the video is giving the perfect vintage feel to the entire song.

Helmed by Guy Ritchie, 'Aladdin' stars Will Smith, who plays Genie, Canadian newcomer Mena Massoud as Aladdin and British actress Naomi Scott as Jasmine. The trailer of the film came out in March and showcased the miraculous world of Aladdin. The trailer also featured glimpses of the classic song 'A Whole New World', which will be a part of the adaptation.

The film is set to release on May 24 the same day as in North America in four languages Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu.


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