The newest song from Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, which stars Salman Khan and Pooja Hegde, is now available. The song, Bathukumma, is a tribute to the festival that is celebrated in Telangana and some areas of Andhra Pradesh. Salman Khan steals the show by making an appearance in traditional attire at the end of the video, despite Pooja Hegde being the song’s major star.
The theme of the song is Bathukamma, a nine-day flower festival celebrated by women in Telangana. Pooja Hegde, who plays the title role in the movie, can be seen showing off her dancing prowess in the song. Pooja might be seen dancing with the women gathered around the flowers because the song is about the flower festival. Salman is spotted wearing a veshti as he arrives on the scene with his family.
The Bathukamma song is an honest portrayal of the festival and a homage to the lovely culture because it was actually recorded during the festival, it has been revealed. “Venkatesh was the one who suggested the festival and then SK loved the idea of how the festival didn’t have a song dedicated to it and told the music director to have a song dedicated to the festival and the women of Telangana and it will be his gift to the state through his movie,” a source close to the production revealed.
The song is the definition of cultural diversity and combines traditional and modern music, with Pooja Hegde dancing elegantly. The song is a visual treat because of the vibrant and colourful arrangement, traditional Telugu costumes, and 200 backup dancers.
Ravi Basrur composed the soundtrack for Bathukamma. The song features the vocal talents of Santhosh Venky, Airaa Udupi, Harini Ivaturi, Suchetha Basrur, and Vijayalaxmi Mettinahole. Shabbir Ahmed, Ravi Basrur, Kinnal Raj, and Harini Ivaturi wrote the lyrics.