In Goodbye’s The Hic song, Rashmika Mandanna dances her heart out

It is no secret that Rashmika Mandanna’s first Hindi party song, The HIC song from the upcoming film Goodbye, is causing her fans to get in the party mood. In the song sung by Sharvi Yadav, Rashmika can be seen dancing joyfully in a club. Unlike any other party number, the Geetha Govindam actress has performed in the past. Amit Trivedi composed the music for the Hic song by Vikas and AT. It is Vijay Ganguly who choreographs Rashmika’s dance moves.

In Goodbye, a family grieves after losing its matriarch (played by Neena Gupta). In the film, Amitabh Bachchan plays an important role.

Amit Trivedi composed the song, and Sharvi Yadav sang it beautifully. Rashmika said, “The Hic Song’ is a very peppy party number.” This is an entirely different song from what I have done, and it is my first dance song for a party. I thoroughly enjoyed shooting the video, and I hope the audience will enjoy and dance with me.”

You can listen to the song here –

The first track from the film, Jaikal Mahakal, was released earlier this year which music lovers well received. It will be Amitabh’s second release in two months when the film is released in October. Recently, the actor appeared as the guru in the film Brahmastra. During a recent press conference, the actor was asked how he manages to work back-to-back. As a response, Amitabh stated, “It is not a new phenomenon.” The average number of films released in a month at our time was four, with a new film being released every Friday. A lot of movies are now coming together as a result of Covid-19 and the two-year lockdown. This film is one that I hope people will enjoy and enjoy watching. There is a chance for people to see it in theatres and on OTT.”

According to the actor, “I think I have landed one more job. In my age group, it is rare for us to obtain a job, and when we do so, I consider myself extremely fortunate.”

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Kavya Mishra

Hi, I'm Kavya Mishra, an entertainment journalist with a passion for all things Bollywood. I graduated from Lady Shri Ram College for Womenโ€“Delhi University (LSRโ€“DU) in 2016, where I honed my writing and communication skills. During my time at LSRโ€“DU, I completed an editorial internship at India Today and gained valuable experience working in the editorial department. After completing my degree, I worked as a writer for missmalini, one of India's top entertainment websites. At missmalini, I wrote engaging and informative articles on the latest celebrity news, movie releases, and fashion trends. My love for all things entertainment, combined with my exceptional writing skills, made me a valuable asset to the missmalini team. I'm known in the industry for my geeky passion for Bollywood and my ability to unearth the juiciest and most exclusive news stories. I have an extensive network of industry insiders, which enables me to get the inside scoop on the latest happenings in the entertainment world. As a driven and dedicated entertainment journalist, I'm always striving to be at the forefront of the industry. I have an innate ability to connect with my readers and am committed to providing them with the latest and most accurate information on their favorite celebrities and movies.

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