In the wake of dropping Mar Jaayein Hum, the producers of Shikara are out with one of the most bona fide Kashmiri wedding melody from the imminent dramatization Shikara.
The official handle of Fox Star Hindi dropped the melody via web-based networking media. They inscribed it, “A real Kashmiri Pandit wedding of yesteryears. Tune out now: #HumWapasAayenge #Shikara #ShikaraSong #VidhuVinodChopra @VVCFilms @abhaysopori @ZeeMusicCompany”
The tune is titled Shukrana Gul Khile, and it’s been created by Abhay Rustum Sopori, composed by Bashir Arif and warbled by Munir Ahmad Mir. The melody includes the main pair Aadil Khan and Sadia, who is getting hitched. The tune is dynamic, bright and glad, maybe a suggestion to the crowd that Kashmiri Pandits to be sure had a real existence, loaded with feeling, which was in the end removed because of sick political aims.
The movie is composed, altered, coordinated and co-delivered by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, who hails it as an adoration letter to Kashmir. In his ongoing media cooperation, Chopra stated, “Shikara is about my mother’s home, my home and how we lost that home. So it’s a profoundly close to home story. Be that as it may, regardless of all that my mom experienced, she just had love for the individuals, for the valley, for our home, and that adoration genuinely overwhelmed each other feeling that she may have felt–be it dissatisfaction, outrage or misfortune. Also, that is the reason I made this film”
Shikara – The Untold Story of Kashmiri Pandits depends on the Kashmiri pandit departure from Kashmir. The film is set to discharge on 7 February 2020.