Vikrant Rona’s much awaited song ‘Hey Fakira’ is out now. The discussion about the song is going on for several days even before its release. The latest song ‘Hey Fakira’ is an absolute treat for the ears and it is as magical as it gets. It introduces Nirup Bhandari’s character Sanjeev Gambhir who is affectionately known as ‘Sanju’. Nirup plays a cheerful character in the film who is returning to his homeland. Kichcha Sudeep starrer Vikrant Rona is taking hints and cues from the film to woo the audience till its release.
Watch the song here:
The actor also took to his official Twitter handle to announce the release of his song. Kichha Sudeep wrote, “Introducing the next track #HeyFakira from #VikrantRona.”
Introducing the next track #O Fakira From #VikrantRona,https://t.co/bxfQl8JwwD#VRonJuly28 @anupsbhandari @jackmanjunath @AJANEESHB @nirupbhandari @sanjheg @chinmayi #VikrantRona pic.twitter.com/u815bdYwqU
– Kiccha Sudeepa (icKicchaSudeep) 12 July 2022
Meanwhile, the last song of Vikrant Rona’s playlist ‘Lullaby’ was highly appreciated. Both its Hindi and Kannada versions became a fan favorite. The trailer of Vikrant Rona had created a stir in the hearts of the audience and since then every segment of the film, from the trailer to its song, is being praised by everyone. Apart from the already released songs, the soundtrack composed by Ajneesh B Loknath includes Gumma Banda Gumma and Chikki Gombe.
Mystery thriller ‘Vikrant Rona’ will release in 3D worldwide on July 28. The film starring Kichha Sudeepa, directed by Anup Bhandari, also stars Jacqueline Fernandez, Nirup Bhandari and Neeta Ashok and is presented by Salman Khan Films in North India, Zee Studios and Kichha Creations. The film is produced by Jack Manjunath under his production Shalini Arts, and co-produced by Alankar Pandian of Invenio Origins. The film will be distributed in the North India by PVR Pictures. The film will release not only in regional Indian languages including Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi and also in some foreign languages like Arabic, German, Russian, Mandarin and English.