Tadap Song Hoye Ishq Na Out: Ahan Shetty And Tara Sutaria’s Intense Acting Will Leave You Mesmerised – Watch VideoMusic
After displaying his softer side in previous songs, Ahan Shetty went intense in the new track Hoye Ishq Na from his upcoming film Tadap. Well, netizens are totally taken a back
As the anticipation for Sajid Nadiadwala’s Tadap continues to build, the film’s producers have released its fourth song, Hoye Ishq Na, from the film. The film has so far resonated well with fans after Tumse Bhi Zyada, Tere Siva Jag Mein, and Tu Jo Mera Ho Gaya Hai. Tumse Bhi Zyada and Tu Jo Mera Ho Gaya were heartfelt romantic tracks, Tere Siva Jag Mein was a hit party song, and now we have Hoye Ishq Na, an ardent emotional track. The song takes us on yet another emotional roller coaster; it is pure sentimental with heated emotions, and it promises to be the next chartbuster starring the film’s leads, Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria. The film’s fourth track, written by Pritam and BPraak, has received rave reviews from critics all over the world.
Tadap, a Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment production, is presented by Fox Star Studios and stars Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria. Tadap, produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, co-produced by Fox Star Studios, directed by Milan Luthria, and written by Rajat Arora, is set to be released on December 3rd, 2021.
Tadap’s first three songs focused on the romantic sides of the characters Ahan Shetty and Tara Sutaria, Ishana and Ramisa. The fourth song from the project has been released, and this time it focuses on the intensity. The song Hoye Isha Na depicts the pain that the character feels after their relationship does not end as expected. ‘Tum, tumhara pyaar, tumhara passion, sab mera hai,’ rages Ishana in the first glimpse of the song, as he lifts Ramisa by her neck. The song depicts his character experiencing an emotional setback. He is also shown imagining Ramisa is nearby, as visuals of the two are shown before he realises she isn’t real.
Ishana appears to lose control, screams, and breaks bottles in frustration. Ahan is also seen battling a group of men who mercilessly beat him up in the video. In some scenes, he is seen riding his bike and attempting to avoid a series of bomb blasts. Ahan also shows off his fit physique by going shirtless in one of the videos of him standing on a bike and doing an exercise. Pritam was the composer of the song. B Praak and Dino James, the music composer, performed the vocals.
Tadap, directed by Sajid Nadiadwala, has attracted a large number of fans owing to its action-packed trailer and lovely songs. Ahan, who is making his debut, has seen his fan base triple, with a good 60 to 70% of his fans being female. The film introduces a new onscreen couple, Tara and Ahan, and the wait for its release is nearly over.