We’ve seen him play the hot macho dulha in his last film Shaandaar and now Vikas Verma back in Nooran sisters’ new Punjabi single “Yaar Da Deewana” where he features as a boy madly in love with Sarah (Shweta Sharma) who goes all out to protect his love & relationship when they both are opposed by Sarah’s family.
After playing negative roles in his previous films, Vikas is all set to play the romantic hero in this newly launched single produced by T-Series. The music is directed by Gurmeet Singh and the song depicts a heart-wrenching tale of love& loss.
Though he has played negative roles with ease previously in films like Shaandaar and also prior to that in Yaariyan, he is equally capable of playing romantic roles and says he loves experimenting with different roles & characters that help him bring out his potential as an actor.
Vikas who’s also really good at mimicry says, “I’ve always loved playing a romantic character so when I was asked about featuring in this single I was naturally thrilled. This song depicts the true love that both characters feel for each other and how they go against all odds to stand up for their love.”
With vocals by Jyoti & Sultana Nooran, the single has already crossed two lakh views and is among the most viewed song on the digital platform. Vikas has been receiving rave reviews and appreciation for his work from his fans and the audience.
VIKAS VERMA WILL BE SEEN SHARING THE SCREEN SPACE WITH SRIDEVI & NAWAZUDDIN SIDDIQUI IN HIS NEXT FILM “MOM”
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