Shamshera is easily one of the most anticipated Bollywood movies of the year. Fans have been going wild after taking a look at the film's teaser and trailer. The makers recently announced that they will be releasing the first song from the film soon. Well, that time has come!

Earlier today, they released the video song of Shamshera's first single titled 'Fitoor'. The romantic song features the two main leads of the film portraying their sizzling chemistry with one another. From the shots in the desert to the breathtaking visuals underwater giving us a little Dune-meets-Avatar 2 vibe. The pair are romancing in the song while grooving to Arijit Singh and Neeti Mohan's voices. It is composed by Mithoon, and the lyrics are written by the director himself.

Talking about Fitoor, Ranbir said in a statement, “I love Fitoor. It’s a lovely romantic track, the quintessential love song that I hope people also love. The scale of Fitoor is just insane and it will look grand on the big screen.“ In addition, when discussing Shamshera's music album, he stated, "Shamshera is a period action entertainer. So, the music also had to fit in that period so that it’s not jarring. The film has very different kinds of songs. It’s got a good amalgamation of different kinds of music which I really like and I hope people like it too.”

Shamshera is an upcoming Indian period film directed by Karan Malhotra and produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of YRF (Yash Raj Films). The film stars Ranbir Kapoor, Vaani Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt in the lead alongside Ronit Roy, Saurabh Shukla and Ashutosh Rana. Ranbir, for the first time in his career, will be playing a dual role while Sanjay Dutt will be playing the baddie yet again. Set in the 1800s, in the heart of India, in the fictitious city of Kaza, the story follows a dacoit and his tribe fight for vengeance for his father and for independence against British rule. It is scheduled for a theatrical release on 22 July 2022 in multiple languages including Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

Check out the song here: