Singham Returns: Watch Ajay, Kareena romance in 'Kuch Toh Hua Hai'

The Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor starrer ‘Singham Returns’ will hit the theaters on 15th August, Independence day. With less than a month to go before the release, the first song from the film has been released. The melodious song shot with the lead pair is titled ‘Kuch Toh Hua Hai’. The song has been written by lyricists Abhendra Kumar Updhyay, and Sandeep Nath. Singers Tulsi Kumar and Ankit Tiwari have lent their voices to the song. The track has also been composed by Ankit Tiwari.  The composer duo Ajay- Atul who composed music for the original has been replaced for the sequel. The makers have brought in several composers to create music for ‘Singham Returns’. They are Ankit Tiwari, Jeet Ganguli and Meet Bros Anjjan. While ‘Singham’ was a big hit its music was nothing memorable therefore this time, more attention has been placed on the film’s music.

With this film director Rohit Shetty has reunited again with one of his most favorite actors, Ajay Devgn. There were some rumors of tension between the two after Shetty choose Shahrukh Khan for his film ‘Chennai Express’. But it looks like they have maintained their strong bond. Sources close to the production of the film has revealed that Ajay and Rohit had a great time shooting and regularly played pranks on the unit. While the unit was shooting in Ramoji Film City in Hyderabad, Ajay and Rohit decided to scare everyone. Since the shooting was a night schedule, the area became quite deserted. They planned in advance and had a spot boy wear white clothes to look like a ghost. Then they spread rumors that the set was haunted and a ghost is around. A source from the unit said, “Ajay sir and Rohit sir have been constant pranksters on sets. Once, they baffled and scared all of us by dressing up a spot boy in white clothes and making him behave like a ghost…Also, they always tried to scare us by telling stories of the ghosts in our hotel room.”

Rohit Shetty has done another unique thing with this film. The film has patriotic themes and Rohit decided to evoke the sentiments by shooting at the historic Gateway of India, making it the first film shot at the location after the infamous 26/11 terrorist attacks. He took special permission from the local authorities to shoot at the famous monument. The film has also been shot in locations of Mumbai and Goa.