Binte Dil from Padmaavat is all about Jim Sarbh's obsession with Ranveer Singh

Updated: Feb 02, 2018, 19:14 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

After the high-on-energy track 'Khalibali' picturised on Ranveer Singh, the makers of 'Padmaavat' have released another soft yet filled with aggression song, 'Binte Dil'

Ranveer Singh and Jim Sarbh
Ranveer Singh and Jim Sarbh in a still from the song. Picture Courtesy: YouTube.

After the high-on-energy track 'Khalibali' featuring Ranveer Singh, the makers of 'Padmaavat' have released another soft yet filled with aggression song, 'Binte Dil'. The song flows like a poetry weaving Jim Sarbh's character Malik Kafur's obsession with Ranveer's dark character, 'Alauddin Khilji'. The song crooned by Arijit Singh is a unique love ballad and with this song, Arijit has proved yet again his marvelous vocal skills.

Watch the song here:

Kafur's love for Khilji takes him to sing a rendition for the antagonist while he's bathing and the agony is quite evident in Kafur's eyes while Khilji makes love to another woman. A blend of Urdu and Arabic lyrics penned by AM Turaz will evoke your senses for sure!

Although 'Padmaavat' hit theatres on January 25, 2018, its captain, Sanjay Leela Bhansali has been launching the songs post film's release. Ranveer took to his Twitter account to share the song and wrote, "Get ready to be enthralled by #ArijitSingh's voice in #BinteDil. Out now! (sic)."


The film stars Deepika Padukone as Rani Padmini and Shahid Kapoor as Maharawal Ratan Singh.

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