Chammo Song from Housefull 4: Akshay Kumar, Kriti Sanon, Riteish-Pooja and Bobby-Kriti Flirt With Each Other in This 1419 Era Track (Watch Video)
Housefull 4's new song is here! (Photo Credits: YouTube/Screengrab/T-Series)

Housefull 4's release is just around the corner considering it is all set to release over Diwali. The comedy-drama starring Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Kriti Sanon, Bobby Deol, Kriti Kharbanda and Pooja Hegde has already made us laugh with its promos and trailer and it looks like may turn out to be the perfect Diwali watch. As for the film's music, while the "Bala" track featuring Akshay Kumar has become a huge sensation and we even saw people taking up the '#TheBalaChallenge', the film's other song "Ek Chumma" was called out for its misogynistic lyrics. Housefull 4 Motion Poster: Rana Daggubati's Baddie Goes from Being a Wicked Warrior to Pappu Rangeela in This Reincarnation Comedy (Watch Video).

A new song from the film titled "Chammo" has now been released and there seems to be a huge misfit between the song and the era that it is set in. We see Akshay, Kriti and the rest of the lead cast dancing to this number in their 1419 characters who are set in Sitamgarh as per the film's plot. The song composed by Sohail Sen and sung by Sukhwinder Singh, Shreya Ghoshal and Shadab Faridi is all about the three couples confessing their love for each other.

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Housefull 4 also stars Chunky Panday and Rana Daggubati in lead roles. This time the comedy-drama comes with a reincarnation twist as we will see the lead cast in two different eras of 1419 and 2019. The comedy franchise is in its fourth instalment and given that it is releasing over Diwali, it is expected to become a huge money-spinner at the box office. Housefull 4 First Look: Akshay Kumar as Bald ‘Bala’ and Hairy ‘Harry’ Will Tickle You Funny (See Pics).

Housefull 4 will be clashing with Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar's Saand Ki Aankh as well as Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy's Made In China. Let's see which film appeals most to the audiences.