Heeramandi song Sakal Ban: Manisha Koirala and Richa Chadha’s adaayein take the cake in this dreamy Bhansali track

    Manisha Koirala and Richa Chadha give us a magical performance in Heeramandi’s first song Sakal Ban



    When the teaser and star cast of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s first ever web series Heeramandi was launched, audiences knew they were in for a treat. May it be the grand sets, the convincing costumes, the concept or the casting coup that he pulled– these are all ingredients for an intriguing must watch. Well, much to our delight, the makers have now dropped the first track from the much awaited Netflix series. Titled Sakal Ban, this melody has been helmed by Raja Hasan with soulful lyrics written by Amir Khusro.

    The music video, which will leave you wanting more, begins with Sharmin Segal entering the scene, looking aloof as she walks on. Aditi Rao Hydari then stops her and turns her to Manisha Koirala, who redefines royalty on-screen with her expressions and body language. As they sit down to enjoy a performance by the courtesans, who are all dressed in shades of yellow, Richa Chadha walks in. Watching her groove, Manisha is unable to stop herself and soon joins Richa on the floor for a mesmerizing performance. Richa and Manisha’s dance moves along with their sultry adaayein are to die for.

    Just like us, netizens have also given Heeramandi’s first track Sakal Ban a big thumbs up in the comment section below. For instance, one social media user gushed, “Manisha Koirala is dancing so gracefully😍👌🏼😍👌🏼 It’s a treat to watch her, she is killing it🔥🔥🔥”, whereas another netizen wrote: “I can't even explain my feelings after watching sakal ban sucha a masterpiece from perfectionist Sanjay sir it's is a treat to watch Manisha mam perform after so long richa, sanjeeda, and Aditi dance very gracefully.”

    We can all agree that this track has done complete justice to standards set by Bhansali’s masterpieces. Well, we are now eagerly waiting for Heeramandi to release on Netflix, so we can find out the mystery behind Sharmin’s character. Any guesses?