'Singham Returns': Honey Singh, Rohit Shetty Recreates 'Lungi Dance' Magic with 'Aata Majhi Satakli'
'Singham Returns': Honey Singh, Rohit Shetty Recreates 'Lungi Dance' Magic with 'Aata Majhi Satakli'Singham Returns/Twitter

Yo Yo Honey Singh's latest track "Aata Majhi Satakli" from Ajay Devgn's "Singham Returns" seems to have created fan frenzy. The song has recorded over two million views on YouTube in just five days.

With such tremendous buzz, looks like Singh and director Rohit Shetty are all set to recreate the magic of "Lungi Dance" from "Chennai Express".

The dance number features Devgn and Kareena Kapoor, the leads of the film,  and composer Singh. The video also has 100 kids dressed as cops and repeating the line, "Aata Majhi Satakli".

In "Singham Returns", Devgn will reprise his role of the tough cop, while Kapoor has replaced Kajal Aggarwal, who romanced Devgn in "Singham".

Besides Devgn and Kapoor, the movie also features Anupam Kher and Amol Gupte in pivotal characters. "Singham Returns," a sequel to 2011 blockbuster "Singham", is slated to release worldwide on 15 August.

Check out the "Aata Majhi Satakli" song from "Singham Returns":

The popular rapper started his Bollywood career with last year's release "Lungi Dance". The item number garnered postive response and became one of the top ranking album charts of the year. The song featuring Shah Rukh and Deepika Padukone was a tribute to Rajinikanth. 

While Singh's "Lungi Dance" is still trending, the new song that received great response in just few days is expected to attain similar heights.

However, the rapper's recently released item number titled "Devil-Yaar Naa Miley" from Salman Khan's "Kick" failed to make similar buzz, despite being viewed by millions. This was the first time Singh collaborated with Salman.

Listen to the "Lungi Dance" song from "Chennai Express":

Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan too collaborated with Singh for a peppy number for his horror comedy flick, "Bhoothnath Returns". The song "Come party with the Bhoothnath" released in April this year, featured both Singh and Big B, but couldn't break the record of "Lungi Dance".