Dunki's new song, O Maahi, is all set to drop on YouTube. Before its release, Shah Rukh Khan shared a glimpse of the track
Shah Rukh Khan is gearing up for the release of Dunki. This project marks SRK's first collaboration with Rajkumar Hirani. The superstar has been treating his fans to various promotional videos for his upcoming movie. A while ago, Shah Rukh teased his followers with a small glimpse of O Maahi, a new song of Dunki.
O Maahi from Dunki to be out soon!
Fans woke up to the glimpse of O Maahi from Dunki on social media. Shah Rukh Khan mentioned that the song will be out soon. However, no specific date was revealed by the superstar. In the video, SRK can be striking his iconic pose.
While sharing the video on his Instagram handle, Shah Rukh revealed the meaning of Dunki. The actor stated that Duki means 'being apart from your loved ones and when you are with them, one feels the moment should last till the end of time'. "O Maahi O Maahi….feel the love before the sun sets on the horizon today! (sic)," he wrote.
Response to Dunki trailer
Dunki trailer was released on YouTube a few days ago. It opened to mixed reactions from the audience and critics alike. Having said that, other promotional videos of Rajkumar Hirani's film have been well-appreciated by the masses. It remains to be seen on how Dunki fares at the box office once it hits the silver screen.
While Dunki is helmed by Rajkumar Hirani, the film is bankrolled by Red Chillies Entertainment and Jio Studios. Besides Shah Rukh, the star cast of this film includes Taapsee Pannu, Vicky Kaushal, and Boman Irani in pivotal roles. Dunki is scheduled for a theatrical release on December 21, 2023. It will face competition with Prabhas' Salaar, which is set to hit the silver screen on December 22, 2023.
Shah Rukh Khan's blockbuster year at the movies!
Meanwhile, Shah Rukh Khan has had a fantastic year at the movies. He delivered not one but two blockbuster movies, Pathaan and Jawan, at the box office. While Pathaan was helmed by Siddharth Anand, Jawan was directed by Atlee.