Hardy Sandhu’s Soch Recreated For Akshay Kumar’s Airlift!


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Few days back, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar shared its first song ‘Soch’ from his upcoming flick Airlift on the social media.

Actor actor took to his Twitter handle to share the track, sung by Arjit Singh, and wrote:

Song beautifully captures Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur’s love story in the film. Romancing each other and spreading love all around.
Song shot in a dream like sequence where Akshay and Nimrat reflect on their past memories. Just in case you missed the song. Check it here!

This song Soch Na Sake is an adaptation of Punjabi song Soch by Hardy Sandhu. Punjabi music lovers can easily relate to this song with original masterpiece. Don’t believe us?

Check it out for yourself:

Hardy Sandhu today is a popular name in Punjabi music industry. He rose to fame from this song Soch. Glad Hardy Sandhu has ventured into Bollywood in Hindi version. Surely a winner.

Airlift is the upcoming film of Akshay Kumar directed by Raja Krishna Menon. The film is based on the biggest evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during the Iraq-Kuwait war.

Also read: Akshay’s Airlift Trailer Is Super Impressive!

Movie is scheduled for release on 22 January.

Amneet Kaur
Pure Punjabi blood, with a sarcastic Indian within me, brings the 'Khurki’ in me alive...No pun intended!


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