Hrithik Roshan
First Look of 'Tu Meri' song from Hrithik Roshan's 'Bang Bang'Fox Star Hindi/Twitter

Hrithik Roshan's latest song, "Tu Meri" from his most awaited film, "Bang Bang" is all set to steal hearts. To keep the merriment going, makers have released the first look of the track ahead of the song's launch on 22 August. 

In the first look, Roshan is seen soaring high in the air, which hints that track will have some energetic moves, which is sure to create waves among viewers. "Tu Meri" song is composed by music maestro Vishal-Shekhar.

The song will also feature the lead actress Katrina Kaif, who will be seen performing some power-packed dance movie. And as both Roshan and Kaif are fabulous dancers, especially the former, who is known as B-town's best dancer, the track "Tu Meri" is set to create fan frenzy.

The action flick will bring the good looking "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" pair back on screen. However, this would be the first time that the hot couple will groove to a dance track together.

 Watch 'Tu Meri' song teaser from "Bang Bang" :

"Bang Bang" has already been in the news as the recently released teaser trailer went viral. The short video created a new record with maximum views within just a few weeks. Additionally, the mind-blowing poster too created a lot of buzz among the viewers.

Apart from Roshan and Kaif, the film also stars Jaaved Jaffrey, Danny Denzongpa and Pavan Malhotra as main characters. Directed by Siddharth Anand, "Bang Bang" is the official remake of Hollywood film, "Knight and Day", starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. 

Apart from the fact that the film is a Hollywood remake, the action-thriller is one of the most awaited films as it has encountered several delays. Roshan was reportedly injured during the shooting of a stunt scene and had to undergo a brain surgery. The tough actor, however, recovered soon and performed some of the actions scenes himself.

"Bang Bang" produced by Fox Star Studios, is all set to hit theatres on 2 October. The film will release not just in Hindi, but also in Tamil and Telugu simultaneously.