Humaira Arshad’s new version of ‘Mein Ni Boldi’ for Tich Button may be the song of the upcoming wedding season

Published 24 Oct, 2022 05:46pm

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The nearly two-minute long song opens with Sonya Hussyn in a white lehenga choli and traditional jewellery dancing at what seems like a wedding.

<p>Photos: Screen-grab /YouTube</p>

Photos: Screen-grab /YouTube

With only a few days left till the movie hits the theatres, Tich Button has released what may be the dance anthem for the upcoming wedding season, ‘Mein Ni Boldi’ by Humaira Arshad and Nish Asher. The song was originally sung by Arshad in 2002 and now has a snappy new version featuring Asher.

The nearly two-minute song dropped on Sunday and opens with Sonya Hussyn in a white lehenga choli and traditional jewellery dancing at what seems like a wedding from the film.

Twirling in the centre, right after Hussyn is done dancing comes Feroze Khan with whom the actor is seen conversing briefly before the scene shifts to Farhan Saeed’s entrance in a sherwani that signifies that he could be the groom everyone is celebrating.

The song has racked up 118,063 views since its release on YouTube and received approving comments from netizens under the video. They loved Hussyn and Iman Ali’s performances as well as their sizzling chemistry with their love interests Khan and Saeed. People said Hussyn was “killing it” in the song.

One user gave Hussyn and Ali’s dance moves their stamp of approval while another pointed out that Hussyn looks like Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra. For one user, the Mor Moharan actor and Ali’s energy reminded them of Aishwarya Rai’s ‘Nimbuda’ from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. But one user pointed out that despite being “best,” ‘Mein Ni Boldi’ is very short.

‘Mein Ni Boldi’ is the second song from the film to release in the span of two days since Saeed’s ‘Ehsaan Hai Tumhara’. The film revolves around Saeed, Hussyn, Ali and Khan with their love interests changing with one trip to Pakistan. Saeed and Hussyn seem to be romantically involved up until a well settled Ali and Khan arrive in Pakistan from Turkey and develop new feelings, not for each other but instead for Saeed and Hussyn.

Tich Button marks Urwa Hocane’s debut as a producer and will release nationwide on November 11.