The Archies song Va Va Voom: Agastya’s suave moves along with Suhana & Khushi’s fresh energy make it a visual delight
Agastya Nanda’s smooth moves along with Suhana Khan and Khushi Kapoor’s raw energy in The Archies song Va Va Voom is nothing short of a treat
Three popular star kids of our country are all set to shine bright next month when they make their much awaited debut in films with The Archies. Helmed by ace filmmaker Zoya Akhtar, the upcoming Netflix film gives us an Indianized version of Riverdale from the beloved Archie comics. While Amitabh Bachchan’s grandson Agastya Nanda will be seen as Archie Andrews, Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan will be portraying the role of Veronica Lodge. Meanwhile, Janhvi Kapoor’s sister and Sridevi’s younger daughter Khushi Kapoor will be playing Betty Cooper. Well, the second track from the film is now out and the vibe is super fun!
When the film was initially announced, many trolls criticized it and also claimed that most Indians won’t relate to it. But aren’t films a way to step out of reality into a dream land? That’s exactly what Va Va Voom, the second song from The Archies, gives us. An escape from reality! The foot-tapping beats and colourful dresses are truly a delight. But the show stealers are Agastya’s suave moves along with Suhana and Khushi’s raw energy, which is truly electric and contagious. Watching them is a treat and the video makes up for the lyrics, which initially sound silly but soon start to grow on you.
This is an upbeat song which instantly lifts up your mood. And the young celebrities truly look like they have worked hard to make Va Va Voom as perfect as it is, with synchronization on point. Even netizens are impressed. In the comment section below, one satisfied fan wrote: “This song gives the 90's vibes. No upbeats just simple lyrics with a beautiful voice ❤️❤”, whereas another social media user called the track ‘a song that lingers in the heart’.
Well, after listening to Va Va Voom, we are even more excited to watch The Archies on Netflix on 7th December. How about you?