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Kareena Kapoor seduces Aamir Khan in song 'Jiya Laage Na': Video Last Updated : 09 Nov 2012 09:53:37 PM IST Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor from the movie Talaash
The song ‘Jiya Laage Na’ from movie Talash has been doing rounds on Internet these days.
The song featuring Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor is very soothing to ears.
The song ‘Jiya Laage Na’ has been trending on web soon after it is uploaded on You Tube. In the song ‘call girl’ Kareena Kapoor has been trying to seduce Aamir Khan, who is playing a cop in the film.
The powerful voice of Sona Mohapatra, backed by Ravindra Upadhyay, teams up with composer Ram Sampath's magic yet again to create the haunting tune of ‘Jiya Laage Na’.
It is picturised so to convey the silent but simmering tensions between the film's lead characters Shekhawat (Aamir Khan) and his wife Shreya (Rani Mukhejee). The lyrics have been penned once again by the ever-impactful Javed Akhtar.
Enjoy the song Jiya Laage Na from Talassh:
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