Batla House Song Jaako Rakhe: Rochak Kohli’s Track for the John Abraham Starrer Is Powerful (Watch Video)
Batla House song Jaako Rakhe (Photo Credits: YouTube)

The release of John Abraham's action drama, Batla House, is just around the corner. The movie has good hype going on with it. A new song from the movie was released on the internet and we have to say this track is the best from the entire album. Titled Jaako Rakhe, this song is meant to give you a rush of energy. It is the equivalent of Kar Har Maidan Fateh and Chak! De India title track. A beautiful composition. We are hoping to see it move up on the music charts and gain some fans. Grizzly visuals of a police encounter and protests run on the screen as Jaako Rakhe plays. Batla House: Here Are 5 Changes Made by the CBFC in John Abraham’s Action Drama.

Jaako Rakhe from Batla House has been composed by Rochak Kohli. He has also crooned the song with Navraj Hans. Though, the complaint with the music video uploaded on YouTube can be that the volume of the dialogues overpowers the chorus. And the chorus is incredible. The alaap that Navraj sings is incredible. Gautam G Sharma and Gurpreet Saini's lyrics give Jaako Rakhe wings. Batla House Song Rula Diya: Ankit Tiwari's Soul Stirring Number For John Abraham and Mrunal Thakur Should Be Heard On Loop (Watch Video).

Watch Jaako Rakhe from Batla House Here:

All said, this lovely number, Jaako Rakhe, is still not enough to compensate for the train wreck that was Saki Saki remake which features in the film. And if you are also done with remakes, make sure to make Jaako Rakhe a hit to send a loud and clear message to Bollywood.

Directed by Nikkhil Advani, Batla House is based on a real-life incident about the Delhi spot where a shootout took place in 2008. Nikhil shot to fame by directing the evergreen, Kal Ho Na Ho. He has also made the criminally underrated D-Day, so can assume that this movie was in safe hands. Batla House is scheduled to hit the theatres on August 15, clashing with Akshay Kumar's Mission Mangal.