Ace music composer Pritam reacts to Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘I love You Dada’

New Delhi: Ranbir Kapoor recently poured his heart out and shared how much Pritam contributed to his career, and the composer only has sweet words for the actor.

A video of Ranbir praising the ace music composer is trending on Twitter.

In the clip, Ranbir says, “The amount of contribution Pritam has had in all our careers, especially me. He has always always delivered something which has given me only love. Really grateful dada and I love you.”

Reacting to it on Twitter, Pritam who has earlier composed for many Ranbir-starring films like Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani, Barfi!, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, says, “I love you too Ranbir!”

And now, Pritam and Ranbir are working together again in film Brahmāstra and its first single Kesariya is topping music charts.

Before the song dropped, its teaser was unveiled. It became so popular that when the track released, it earned the biggest debut for an Indian song in Spotify chart history (#61 with 1.27 million streams).

The Pritam composition is sung by Arijit Singh and penned by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Meanwhile, Ranbir is gearing up for his next big screen release Shamshera. The movie is all set to release this Friday. The booking has already been opened on Saturday, but it gained momentum from Monday and till now the total sales of tickets across the three national chains – PVR, Inox and Cinepolis have crossed approx 16,500.

It is to be mentioned that the Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt Starrer is headed to release on around 4000 screens with over 12000 shows across the country.

About Shamshera

The story of Shamshera is set in the fictitious city of Kaza, where a warrior tribe is imprisoned, enslaved and tortured by a ruthless authoritarian general Shuddh Singh, played by Sanjay Dutt. This is the story of a man who became a slave, a slave who became a leader and then a legend for his tribe. He relentlessly fights for his tribe’s freedom and dignity. His name is Shamshera. The high-octane, adrenaline-pumping entertainer is set in the 1800s in the heartland of India.

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