Airlift Movie First Song: New Upcoming Bollywood film which features Akshay Kumar, Nimrat Kaur in the film Airlift going to come on big screens 22nd January 2016. Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur in the main roles. This movie is made with the basic plot of 1990 airlift of Indians from Kuwait.few hours back movie team has released the first song in which Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur’s beautiful chemistry in that song ‘Soch Na Sake’ from their upcoming film ‘Airlift’ will definitely win a place in your playlist.

Song Soch Na Sake song Download

Crooned by Arijit Singh, the romantic number succeeds in wooing the audiences. The song shows Akshay Kumar biding adieu to lady love Nimrat as he sets out on a mission.The film directed by Raja Krishna Menon is produced by Bhushan Kumar along with Nikhil Advani and Vikram Mehrotra. The film is slated to hit the theaters on January 22, 2016.

Airlift Movie First Song Soch Na Sake HD

48-year-old actor took to his Twitter page to share the track, sung by Arjit Singh, and wrote, “Sharing with you’ll #Soch my favourite song from @AirliftFilm! This one is a lyricist’s marvel.RT & spread the love!”Sharing the pic with his co-star Nimrat Kaur on Instagram,Composed by Amaal Malik of Hero fame, the song features the palpable romance between a married couple played by Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur. The song is like honey to our ears and Punjabli lyrics are heart wrenching. Akshay Kumar and Nimrat look wonderful together, as the song takes you through the journey of their relationship. Akshay Kumar leaving for Baghdad during the time of turmoil and Nimrat Kaur trying to stop him from getting into danger forms the premise of the song.

The ‘Brothers’ actor wrote, “The first song from # Airlift, # Soch will be out today. Stay tuned.”The romantic track shows Akshay romancing Nimrat, who will portray the role of his wife in the movie.

Helmed by Raja Krishna Menon, the upcoming film is slated to hit the theaters on January 22 next year.

Watch the song below and let us know what you thought of it: