Heeramandi Song Tilashmi Bhaein is out now: Sonakshi Sinha set fire by her killer moves

Experience the magic of Sonakshi Sinha's killer moves in the Heeramandi song "Tilasmi Bhaein." Get ready to be blown away by her killer dance moves and energy.

By Parul
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Sonakshi Sinha

The renowned Filmmaker Snajay Leela Bhansali's most ambitious and anticipated web series Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazar will premiere on streaming service Netflix on May 1. After a successful debut song Sakal Ban, the filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali dropped the next most anticipated song of Heeramandi Tilashmi Bahein. the song features Sonakshi Sinha in her bold and fierce antagonist character of Fareedan. The actress looks so sizzling in her character as Fareedan. 


Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazar Song Tilashmi Bahein

The song Tilashmi Bahein is presented and composed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The lyrics are by AM Turaz and the song has been sung by Sharmistha Chatterjee. it has been choreographed by Kruti Mahesh. The second track from the series, titled Tilasmi Bahein, features Sonakshi Sinha. the sequin saree donned by Sonakshi Sinha has danced out with her open heart. Her moves are like killing the people sitting around her. In the song Sonakshi Sinha in the situation of drinking and smoking dancing out between the crowd of men. Sonakshi danced with full of energy. 


Sonakshi Sinha talks about Heeramandi 

In Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar, Bhansali had created a dream-like world, said Sonakshi Sinha, in a conversation last week. “We didn’t want to come out of his world, it was dreamy, stunning, and it was captivating. For us as actors, it was an experience which we never had before," she said. “The takeaway from working with him was that no matter how good you think you are he will always get something better out of you," she added.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali Talks About Tilashmi Bahein

Sanjay Leela Bhansali recently talked about the kind of dance Mujra. He further said that “I am very keen to see how listeners take to it. Tilasmi Baahein is not a regular Mujra, of the kind that we have grown up listening to by Lata ji and Asha ji. The Mujra in our cinema is either sad seductive or both. I wanted to break away from that mold, to make the Mujra more fun, more accessible to the younger generations.”

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