Made In China: Fans React To The Song Valam On Twitter

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Rajkummar Rao shares a new song Valam from his upcoming movie Made in China on social media. Here are some reaction of fans on Twitter to the song of the film

Written By Kashyap Vora | Mumbai | Updated On:
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After treating their fans with the trailer of Made in China, the makers recently released a song from the movie titled Valam starring Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy. The song has a Gujarati flavour to it. Valam is composed by Sachin-Jigar and is sung by the favourite singer of contemporary times Arijit Singh along with Priya Saraiya.

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The video portrays the innocent love story of Mouni and Rajkummar's characters. It has managed to get a whopping viewership of 8 million within a day of being released and was also trending on YouTube. The lead actor of the film, Rajkummar Rao, also shared a funny video on his Instagram handle where he and his co-star Mouni Roy are seen grooving to the song and having a gala time.


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Fan reactions to the song on Twitter

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Fans were quick to give feedback about the song on Twitter. Below are some tweets by fans:

Apart from Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy, Made in China also stars Paresh Rawal and Boman Irani. The movie was initially set to release in August 2019 but will hit the box office on October 25, 2019.

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