'Namaste England' Releases Soulful Romantic Track 'Tere Liye' By Atif Aslam

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'Namaste England' releases the first track of the film. The song tiitled 'Tere Liye' is sung by Atif Aslam and features Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

The makers of 'Namaste England' released the first track from the film. The song titled 'Tere Liye' is a romantic number and is sung by Atif Aslam in his soulful voice, accompanied by Akanksha Bhandari. The song is penned by Javed Akhtar and composed by Mannan Shaah. The three-minute long song captures the budding romance between the lead pair. It shows how they begin off as a shy couple, eventually seeking comfort in each others company. At the end of the song, Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor's character, Jasmeet and Param share a passionate kiss. 

Sharing the song, Arjun Kapoor took to Twitter and wrote, "Let your heart do all the talking with the song."

In the song, Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor are seen doing the iconic Titanic pose on a bike. During the #AskArjun session, the actor conducted post the release of the song, a fan asked as to why they included the Titanic pose. To this Arjun Kapoor replied that it was done because the director Vipul Shah wanted to pay tribute to the iconic romantic pose. 

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Anushka Sharma and Jigar Saraiya took to Twitter and appreciated the song. 

In the film, Arjun Kapoor plays the role of a North Indian, while Parineeti Chopra plays the role of Jasmeet who is very ambitious and career oriented. The two fall in love but have to overcome their differences to save their relationship. The film is slated to release on October 19. 



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