The good run is indeed continuing for Kartik Aaryan film after film. If he has scored three 100 crores worldwide super successes in the form of Luka Chuppi, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety and Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 already, he is also enjoying the time of his life when it comes to the music of his films, especially the dance numbers. This can well be seen from the fact that ‘Dheeme Dheeme’ is the latest song of his which has hit the screens and yet again, it has turned out to be an instant chartbuster. The song has already been declared the party anthem of the year.
“Of course, the fact that it is a recreated version of Tony Kakkar’s already chartbuster namesake number further helps the cause,” says an observer, “Still, it is always a double edge sword since the song is so fresh in audience memory. If you have to impress them two times over, you have to work doubly hard. This is where the song scores because Kartikhas gone all out to make this one a rollicking dance number.”
That can well be seen from the fact that he has a signature dance step attached to the hook of the song which is the highlight out there. Moreover, this step has already become popular amongst his fans.
“If you look at it, it’s a very complicated step which has been made to look simple by Kartik. This is something what Hrithik Roshan too nailed it in ‘Jai Jai Shiv Shankar’ as well as ‘Ghunghroo’ (War) where he made his signature moves come across as rather easy. Ditto for Kartik who is dancing out there with effortless ease,” our source adds.
Moreover, there is a double role of sorts that he is playing in the song as well, considering the fact that in one part he is with his ‘patni’ (Bhumi Pednekar) and in the other he is with his ‘woh’ (Ananya Pandey). As a result, while he is swag personified in company of Ananya with some sophisticated moves, with Bhumi he is more rooted and cuts loose while being carefree. For Kartik, it was all about keeping the balance intact and by the look of things, he has managed to do that with the song already.
No wonder, after dance chartbuster like ‘Coca Cola’ (Luka Chuppi), ‘Bom Diggy’, ‘Dil Chori’, ‘Chote Chote Peg’ (Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety) and ‘Sharabi’, ‘Paro’ (Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2), he is pretty much gearing up for a massive response to ‘Dheeme Dheeme’ as well in quick succession. Not to mention ‘Ankhiyon Se Goli Maare’ which is said to be the highlight song of the film as it has not just been shot at a huge scale but also boasts of some eye catchy choreography by none other than Farah Khan. Stay tuned!