The new song from Dangal shows Geeta Phogat’s life away from her strict father


Folks, the creators of Dangal have discharged another tune from the film which is pure melody. Dangal is based on wrestler's Mahavir Singh Phogat's journey in the sport and beyond when he mentors his little girls Geeta and Babita. The melody, titled Gilehriyaan, indicates what happens when Geeta (played by Fatima Sana Shaikh) joins a wrestling camp in the city, a long way from her Haanikaarak Bapu's approach. Mahavir and Geeta achieve the stadium and she's fascinated by the place. In any case, Mahavir just needs a decent mentor for his little girl. Geeta investigates some new features of her life – like fuel a sentiment through looks – and some old which were repudiated by her dad – like eating golgappas.

Geeta appreciates existence with her partners, watches movies, shops and eats whatever she prefers. She cherishes her new life however back home, her Haanikaarak Bapu is feeling the loss of her – absolutely cute. He tries to keep a mind her prosperity however Geeta has no time for her dad. Furthermore, Mahavir is seen preparing his second girl Babita, who is enthusiastic to join Geeta in the city, however then haanikarak bapu advises her that he's still her mentor.

Gilehriyaan has been created by Pritam, composed by Amitabh Bhattacharya and sung by Jonita Gandhi.

Aamir Khan, 51, plays wrestler Mahavir Phogat – both old and youthful adaptations – in the Nitesh Tiwari-coordinated film. As of late, the producers additionally shared Aamir Khan's 'fat to fit' adventure for the film. Aamir weighed 97 kilos when he played the more established adaptation of Mahavir Phogat and after that cut down his weight to 70 kilos for the more youthful part.

Dangal discharges on December 23 furthermore stars TV on-screen character Sakshi Tanwar and Sanya Malhotra as Babita Phogat.

Aamir Khan is presently chipping away at Thugs of Hindostan, in which he co-stars with Amitabh Bachchan. The film, coordinated by Vijay Krishna Acharya, is upheld by Yash Raj Films, with whom he's worked before in Dhoom: 3.