It's SIMPLY Fabulous.... The Beats, The Thump, The Peppy Music & Most important - Hrithik Roshan's fantastic dance moves. The high octane 1st song "Tu Meri" from 'Bang Bang' featuring Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif is out! An out-and-out dance number with romance in its core, this sensational track has been composed by Vishal-Shekhar and choreographed by Bosco-Ceaser.
Talking about the song, Hrithik said, "Our first song Tu Meri is a quintessential dance number. It is the song when Rajveer meets Harleen (Katrina) for the first time and they are genuinely attracted to each other. The song has amazing energy, scale, lots of fun and a hint of romance between the two characters. I hope the audiences love the song as much as I do."
Looking sexy in red, Katrina turns out to be a perfect eye candy in the song as wee. Said Katrina, "Vishal-Shekhar have outdone themselves with Tu Meri yet again! Amazing energy and an absolutely fresh composition that'll keep everyone singing the song much after it's stopped playing! Sid's vision for the song was very clear; he wanted it to be larger than life! And I feel Bosco-Cesar have really crossed all limits in executing his vision. And to top all of that, Hrithik Roshan's sheer enthusiasm and his absolutely amazing dancing is simply outstanding - I had fun simply being in the midst of all that high energy and I'm sure the audiences will love it too!"
Siddharth Anand says, "It's a modern edgy EDM track. This kind of a song is never done in a Hindi film. Hrithik has danced like never before. His energy is unreal. There's no one like him, and this everyone will reiterate once they see this song! Katrina is the perfect match for him in this high octane song. The timing of the song in the film is very crucial as they meet for the first time and there is instant chemistry. I hope Tu Meri is a dance number which everyone falls in love with and I'm certain it will find a place in everyone's playlist!"
Produced by Fox Star Studios, 'Bang Bang' has been directed by Siddharth Anand and is releasing on the 2nd of October.