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Akshay Kumar Goes Cuckoo After Drinking Breathlessly : Gold's 'Chad Gayi Hai' Is Out

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| July 12 , 2018 , 15:38 IST

The makers of Akshay Kumar and Mouni Roy starrer Gold have released the second song Chad Gayi Hai from the movie.

The song itself gives a fair idea of what its all about from its very title. We all know people who can lose it after having a few. Gold's 'Chad Gayi Hai' is a new addition to that illustrious list.

The trippy number is set at a gathering of the Indian Hockey Federation in 1948, the song showcases how Akshay Kumar who plays the role of an ambitious hockey coach Tapan Das goes all bonkers after he drinks breathlessly at a party and continues to have a good time dancing.

In the video, Tapan appears to be dancing like no one is watching and embarrasses his wife played by Mouni Roy who is upset and looks embarrassed with her husband as he goes around dancing crazy at the party, and also his teammates who try to calm him down. The two-minute long video also hints at the conspiracy behind maligning the image of Tapan at the social gathering as his drink is spiked.

‘Chad Gayi Hai’ is crooned by Vishal Dadlani and Sachin-Jigar. The song is produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and  Farhan Akhtar and directed by Reema Kagti. Lyrics of the song have been given by Vayu and music is by Sachin-Jigar

The trailer of Gold has been received well by the audience and now everyone is waiting for its release with bated breath. 

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Gold marks to be the first association between Akshay Kumar and Excel Entertainment led by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar. Gold marks the Bollywood debut of actress Mouni Roy opposite Akshay Kumar.

Apart from Akshay and Mouni, Gold has an ensemble cast of Amit Sadh, Kunal Kapoor, Nikita Dutta, Sunny Kaushal and Vineet Singh. Gold is about India's first Olympic medal win as a free nation in the year 1946 at Games of XIV Olympiad, London. The period helmed by Reema Kagti has been shot across UK and India.

Staying true the genre of the movie, Gold is set to release on Independence Day this year