After releasing the much-awaited trailer of Bala, the makers have now dropped the first song from the film titled Don’t Be Shy. It is a remixed version of Dr Zeus’ hit dance number. The song features Ayushmann Khurrana, Yami Gautam, Bhumi Pednekar and Badshah performing some catchy hook steps.
In the song, the Bhumi tries her best to impress Ayushmann, whereas, he fights to get the attention from the Yami. In this process, Ayushmann tries his best to hide his baldness with a wig. Check out the video below:
In the film, Ayushmann plays a man suffering from premature balding who becomes a big butt of jokes among his people. His confidence has taken a hit and nothing seems to be going right. The film also stars Bhumi Pednekar and Yami Gautam in pivotal roles. While Bhumi plays a dusky small town girl who is obsessed with fair skin, Yami plays a Tik-Tok star that Ayushmann loses his heart to. However, Ayushmann does not reveal his balding head secret to Yami and tries every trick to hide it.
The movie marks the reunion of Ayushmann Khurrana with his most successful on-screen pairing - Bhumi Pednekar. This will be their third film together after Dum Laga Ke Haisha and Shubh Mangal Saavdhan. It also marks the reunion of Ayushmann Khurrana with his first co-star Yami. The two reunite after their debut film, Vicky Donor. The film will be directed by Amar Kaushik and will release on November 7. The movie is backed by Dinesh Vijan under his production house, Maddock Films.
Meanwhile, Ayushmann last release Dream Girl was a box-office success. The film managed to rake in Rs 140 crore. In the film, Ayushmann essayed the role of a young man who has a credible talent of imitating female voice and plays female characters in Ramleela. He gets a job in an adult hotline, but things go haywire when customers, both men and women, fall for his alter ego 'Pooja' and start searching for the face behind the sultry voice.
The film also become the actor’s most successful film ever. Dream Girl is also Ayushmann’s second film to hit a century after Badhaai Ho.