Friendship goals from song Hu Ba Hu featuring Akshay Kumar and Sonam Kapoor
Even real-life super heroes need friends – as the newly released song from PAD MAN – ‘HU BA HU’-featuring Akshay Kumar and Sonam Kapoor shows!
It takes more than one man to start a Sanitary Pad revolution, and ‘HU BA HU’ celebrates the people who come into your life and help you achieve shared dreams, as Sonam Kapoor’s character Pari does as she helps Akshay Kumar (Lakshmikant) bring his invention across the country.
‘HU BA HU’ shows the journey of the two as they traverse India, touching the lives of thousands of women. From meeting individual women to talking at schools and engaging with villagers, the song charts the pair as they grow from two people making a difference from the back of an Ox and Cart to recruiting their own pad women to gaining international recognition at the UN in New York.
Director R Balki envisioned ‘HU BA HU’ as a song with the core message: You don’t necessarily have to be life partners to change lives. This theme is seen throughout the song as we watch the friendship between Akshay Kumar and Sonam Kapoor develop on screen.
The song shows the growing bond between the pair, as they become closer as they achieve their shared dream. Akshay Kumar took to social media to eloquently explain the different relationships with his friend and wife saying: his wife Gayatri (played by Radhika Apte) is the reason behind his success as Pad Man but Pari (played by Sonam Kapoor) is the strength behind him.
The song embodies the spirit of friendship with an infectious rhythm and uplifting and building tone, that evokes the evolution of the characters over the course of the film. A retro-riff, strong vocals and a memorable beat will ensure that this will be at the top of your playlist this year.
PAD MAN releases in cinemas worldwide on the 26 January to inspire all the cape-less heroes amongst us, through SPE Films, India
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