Shekhar of composer duo Vishal-Shekhar says their song "Indiawaale", which they composed for Shah Rukh Khan's forthcoming film "Happy New Year", will become a dance anthem.
Vishal-Shekhar, who performed at the 52nd Bangalore Ganesh Utsava Sunday, belted out their hit numbers, but when they sang "Indiawaale", it rocked the charged crowd at the APS College Grounds in Basavanagudi.
About the response to "Indiawaale" at the fest, Shekhar said they got "goose bumps when a crowd of about 30,000 people started singing our song 'Indiawaale' with us".
"It is a very surreal feeling and, trust me, a very proud moment for us that our music has been loved by people and reached people even before its official release," Shekhar said in a statement.
Vishal-Shekhar have composed music for heist drama "Happy New Year". The song "Indiawaale" will be officially launched Sep 3.
"I am so excited for everyone to hear the full song because we feel that 'Indiawaale' is a dance anthem that can be heard and danced to in a disco, stadium or a stage. It is a song for everyone!" he added.
Directed by Farah Khan, "Happy New Year" is scheduled for Diwali release.
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