The Bihar Post

‘Rang Laal’ from Force 2 exudes India’s power to strike back


Mumbai: Force 2 starring John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha and Tahir Bhasin has been creating immense buzz and anticipation among the audiences.

It is one of the biggest action franchises today, possessed by Bollywood.

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Their recent song ‘Rang Laal’ has struck a chord with the audiences.

The track, which reflects India’s resilience, is a tribute to our unsung heroes, who sacrifice their lives without giving second thoughts to whether their efforts will ever be recognized.

The promotional video with the tag line- India strikes back, encapsulates that our country will fight back, if provoked.

The songs hard hitting lyrics like “Ek thappad maroge toh sau thappad maarenge, Aankh uthake dekhoge toh todh denge phod denge yeh huamara wada hai” leaves the audiences with goosebumps and gives us a reason to think and fight back.

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‘Rang Laal’ awakens the youth and invokes patriotism among the audiences, while gifting ‘Force’ an all new wave of brand leverage.

The makers have also dedicated the trailer to our martyrs.

In fact, it begins with a slide, which reads: “Dedicated to the heroes who sacrificed their lives for the country and yet remained unnamed and unrecognized.”

The trailer, which is perhaps the first in Bollywood to recognize the selfless sacrifice of our soldiers, has already received a good response on social media.

The team will be visiting Amar Jawan Jyoti in Delhi in the coming week, to voice their request and spread awareness, before taking the petition to the government.

Presented by Viacom18 Motion Pictures in association with Sunshine Pictures Pvt.Ltd. and JA Entertainment Pvt. Ltd, Force 2 produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and John Abraham, directed by Abhinay Deo, is all set to release on  Nov 18.

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