Kabir Singh song Tera Ban Jaunga: This romantic ballad will remind you of your protective boyfriend Kabir Singh’s latest track Tera Ban Jaunga revolves around Kabir being a protective boyfriend, right from dropping his muse to the college safely to making sure nobody tries to messes around her! reeti, played by Kiara Advani asks her boyfriend Kabir, played by Shahid Kapoor, “Kabir what do you like in me?” And to this question, he replies, “I like the way you breathe”. That is how Sandeep Vanga’s directorial Kabir Singh’s fourth romantic track Tera Ban Jaunga starts. After Bekhayaali, Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage, and Kaise Hua, Tera Ban Jaunga is the other romantic number from Kabir Singh’s album. This is one revolves around Kabir being a protective boyfriend. Right from dropping his muse to the college safely to making sure nobody tries to messes around her, Kabir is a classic example of the overprotective boyfriend you would have.
The song is sung by Tulsi Kumar and Akhil Sachdeva. Tulsi’s voice is one of the best parts of the song. Kiara and Shahid both look really into the characters. There’s this one part in the song, when Preeti is on the verge of crying, as Kabir, who is her senior has passed out. If someone has been in love with their senior would totally relate to it.
Check out Kabir Singh’s latest track Tera Ban Jaunga …
Recently, in a statement, Kiara spoke what she thinks of Kabir as an overprotective boyfriend. “For me, it is ok to be a protective lover but there is a thin line between becoming an obsessive lover and a protective one. Kabir is not obsessive, he is a protective lover. He loves her a lot and she is head over heels in love with him. It is a passionate, intense, innocent and raw love story,” she said.
The movie which is a remake of the director’s Telugu blockbuster “Arjun Reddy”, starring Vijay Devarakonda and Shalini Pandey, will release on June 21. Kabir Singh is the story of a medical student, of the same name, who has anger issues after he fails in a relationship and thus indulges in alcoholism.