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Kill Dill 'Nakhriley' review: Crazy costumes, flashy lights and loud music take you to 90s (watch video)

Ahamad Fuwad 13 Jun 2016, 13:41:21 PM IST
Ahamad Fuwad

New Delhi: The latest song ‘Nakhriley' from the film ‘Kill Dil' takes you to another level of dance and music.

‘Nakhriley' was released yesterday on October 31, in an event where the cast of ‘Kill Dil' sang and danced on different numbers from the film.

Flashy costumes, loud music and the lights in the song remind you the Bollywood chartbusters of 90s but in a better way.

‘Nakhriley' is voiced by Ali Zafar, Shankar Mahadevan and Mahalaxmi Iyer. Gulzar has also showcased his singing talent in the song.

The trio of Ranveer Singh, Parineeti Chopra and Ali Zafar entertains you in just one package. It's the best two and half minute of fun you will ever have.

The music and the dance force you to try and match to the steps. The choreography of the song is simply marvelous. You can not resist shaking your leg after watching these people in the video. There are as many people as the bulbs in the song but their rhythm brings the soul of the song alive.

What makes the song so special is the choice of costume. Flashy colourful blazers, scarves wrapped around the necks, cowboy shoes give you the feeling of 90s films.

It seems like corset and boots have never been better used than Parineeti. You do not want to take your eyes off the quirky yet cute lady in the song.

When someone as chocolaty as Ali Zafar wears red blazer, a jeans with red stripes on it, a blue scarf hanging around his neck and sporting a pony tail, it is just adorable.

Ranveer Singh is seen in different avatars in every film but this is the craziest he has ever been. It's really difficult to explain what he is wearing because there are no words for it, but it doesn't stop us from loving Ranveer.

Round frame Gandhi glasses has been never used more glamorously than these three peculiar looking guys.

Colours and sets used in the song are totally different than we have ever witnessed. The overuse of yellow lights on sets gives it an attractive backdrop. The set looks totally unrealistic though.

But there is something you all are going to miss and that is Govinda's presence. If there is dance in ‘Kill Dil' and Govinda is not in it, its disappointing. Ranveer, Parineeti and Ali Zafar have definitely tried to fill the void but still they are no match to Govinda's dancing skills.