In front of Housefull 4's Huge Diwali release film, the creators dropped the film's most recent song, Chammo. Featuring the whole cast – Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Bobby Deol, Kriti Sanon, Pooja Hegde, Kriti Kharbanda, and Chunky Panday – the song is set in the fifteenth century.
In a palatial palace with CGI to spare, Akshay's bald prince Bala is seen romancing Kriti's princess. What starts as a meet-cute, Housefull 4 style, soon transforms into a full-on celebration with everybody dancing along. Akshay is seen doing a lot of stunts with fire in the song.
Sung by Sukhwinder Singh, Shreya Ghoshal, and Shadab Faridi, the song's lyrics are by Sameer Anjaan and formed by Sohail Sen. The resurrection comedy, fourth in the successful franchise featured by Akshay, will release on December 25. While the film will be a part of a triangular challenge with Made in China and Saand Ki Aankh, it is getting a lot of traction among the audience.
The story span 600 years, from 1419 to 2019, and gives a twist to what the Housefull fans have generally expected.
Prior, Housefull 4's song Bala released and has demonstrated to be an earworm. With a bald Akshay performing eccentric dance moves, it has turned into the pillar of the film promotions with a Bala dance challenge. From cricketer Krunal Pandya to actors Varun Dhawan, Kareena Kapoor, Kiara Advani, and Diljit Dosanjh, everybody appears to have joined the bandwagon.
Discussing character in Farhad Samji film, Akshay recently stated, "In the film, my character had a ton of hair when he was born, so his dad names him Rajkumar Bala. Be that as it may, after two years after his shahi mundan (a ceremony where a kid's hair is shaved off and offered to the Gods), hair never grows on his head and he becomes bald. So, he gets very angry with the people who have hair on their head and beats them up or scratches their hair."