Spectacular First Look of Bombay Velvet’s Mohabbat Buri Bimari

Spectacular First Look of Bombay Velvet’s Mohabbat Buri Bimari

Mohabbat Buri Bimari, by the makers of Bombay Velvet first thrilling trailer has been released, showing Anushka and Ranbir in Jazzy 60s and 70s avatar.

We’ve already seen, and fallen in love with, Anushka Sharma lip-syncing to Fifi in a very glamorous and jazzy avatar. The makers of Bombay Velvet have now treated us to the first look of Mohabbat Buri Bimari, a song featuring both Anushka and Ranbir Kapoor. The duo is looking pretty slick, we must say.

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Karan Johar was sweet enough to tweet some pictures:

While we’re waiting for the full song release, here’s what we know – this song happens after Rosie (Anushka) has already been selected by Johnny (RanbirKapoor) to be a singer at the Bombay Velvet club. Industry insiders who have seen the song (lucky people!) say that Ranbir and Anushka’s chemistry is extraordinarily sizzling and one cannot take eyes off of them (are Kat and Virat listening?).

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Anushka’s bling party dress, soft curls and chandelier earrings make her look absolutely gorgeous (a little like Renee Zellweger in Chicago though, don’t you think?). Ranbir is also looking very classy in an all-black, retro-style three-piece suit and curly hair. If good-looks could kill, the man would not need a handgun!

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The complete song will be out soon. In the meantime, you can either go the Fifiway or watch the trailer again. We choose both!

Fifi – Bombay Velvet (Video Song) – Ranbir… by fashioncentralindia

Bombay Velvet – Official Theatrical Trailer… by fashioncentralindia

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