Animal's Arjan Valley song is trending in Bollywood, know its meaning

New Delhi:

Sandeep Reddy Vanga's film 'Animal' has captured the hearts and minds of the people, not only the acting of the actors in this film but the songs of this film are also very much liked by the people. Whether it is Arijit Singh's Satranga or Arjan Valley song, which made people's hearts happy. A lot of reels are also being made on Instagram at this time on the Arjan Valley song, but do you know what Arjan Valley means and who is Arjan Valley on which this song is written. Let's tell you the story behind it.

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Bhupinder Babbal (@bhupinderbabbal)

The song
Arjan Valley belongs to the Sikh community. Actually, this song is based on the life of Arjan Valley, son of Sikh Military Commander Hari Singh Nalwa. Hari Singh Nalwa was the commander-in-chief of the Sikh Khalsa Service from 1825 to 1837. After his death, his son Arjan Singh took over the responsibility of his father and faced the Mughals firmly. The song Arjan of the film Animal is made on Dhadi-War, which was sung by Guru Gobind Singh ji to instill courage in people while fighting the Mughals. Now the remake of this song has been written and sung by Punjabi singer Bhupinder Babbal. Kuldeep Manak has composed this song.

Arjan Valley song meaning
Arjan Valley song means- Arjan Singh Nalwa caused havoc in the battlefield with his gandasi i.e. axe. Arjan Valley shoots the axe with his legs folded with full force and a heavy battle is going on in the crowd. At the end of the song, Arjan Valley has been compared to a lion. When this song was filmed in this film, Ranbir Kapoor is seen killing the enemy like Arjan Valley with an axe. This song is very much liked by Punjabi music lovers, especially among youngsters, this song has a lot of craze and a lot of reels are also being made on this song on social media. So if now you too know about the meaning of this song and the history of this song, then you can also make your reel on this song.