Romantic Track ‘Har Jagah Tu’ From Doctor G Shows Chemistry Between Ayushmann And Rakul Preet

Makers of Ayushmann Khurrana starrer ‘Doctor G’ have amped up the audience’s excitement by releasing the film’s first song, ‘Har Jagah Tu’. Since the release of its trailer, Doctor G and the fun-filled journey of a hopeful orthopaedic who turns gynaecologist and his struggles being the only male doctor in a class full of women, portrayed by Ayushmann Khurrana has garnered so much love and excitement, and have left the audiences wanting more.

‘Har Jagah Tu’ from the medical campus comedy-drama is a romantic number that is sure to melt the listener’s heart with its soulful melody.

Going along with the theme of the song, ‘Har Jagah Tu’ brings along a romantic poster encapsulating the developing chemistry between the lead pair. This melodious track has been composed by Sultan Sulemani and the lyrics are by Kumaar. The song is beautifully sung by Raj Barman shows a glimpse of the feelings of Dr. Uday Gupta for his crush Dr. Fatima Siddiqui played by Ayuhmann Khurrana and Rakul Preet respectively.

Sharing the song on his social media handle, Ayushmann wrote, “You know it’s love jab har jagah dikhe bas woh ek hi!

Written by Sumit Saxena, Saurabh Bharat, Vishal Wagh and Anubhuti Kashyap Doctor G is set to release in theatres on October 14, 2022.  

With a plot of how a man navigates his way into a woman’s world, this high-on-comedy drama highlights a riveting subject in a light-hearted manner.

While Ayushmann Khurrana has been instrumental in bringing many taboo subjects to the big screen in his career spanning a decade, ‘DOCTOR G’ pushes the envelope with a fresh and humorous trailer showing him in a never seen before avatar that guarantees to entertain the audiences as he navigates his life with his professors and fellow classmates.

The actor this time around is joined by powerhouse performer Shefali Shah, the coordinator of the medical college, Rakul Preet Singh who plays his senior in the film, and Sheeba Chaddha playing the role of his mother and what’s interesting to witness is the dynamics shared between the ensemble cast with situational comedy and top-notch performances.

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