Former politician and latest nominee to the Rajya Sabha elections, Kapil Sibal will be making his big screen debut as a film lyricist with the much awaited political drama Shorgul and is leaving no stone unturned to ensure it’s a massive success. Our sources have informed us that music composers Lalit Pandit who are on board as the music composers for the film didn’t do full justice to one of the country’s most famous lawyer’s track leaving a lot of feathers ruffled. The track that features world class Zitar player Niladri Kumar who also debuts as a music director with the film is a slow romantic number that speaks of love and separation.
After much contemplation, Kapil Sibal approached India’s numero uno singer Arijit Singh as he felt he could do full justice to the track and bring out his full potential as a lyricist. Arijit was kind enough to waiver off his fees and also assist with the overall musical score for Tere Bina. The track will feature the lead actress of the film, Turkish supermodel Suha Gezen being captured aesthetically in an underwater mermaid like scene directed by Khamoshiyan and Aashique 2’s Karan Dhara. Adding a humane touch to the song, there will be a dozen of underprivileged girl children who will be heard accompanying Arijit Singh on the chorus who were trained by the maestro himself. Kapil Sibal was of the opinion that every aspect of the film must take home a message of humanity to the audiences and it was a great idea to incorporate an NGO. What’s more? The busy bee tycoon Kapil Sibal who was also the lawyer on board for Salman Khan’s case cancelled his one month high profile court hearings to ensure his commitment to the film was perfect in all forms.
Shorgul, a political drama inspired by sensitive real-time incidents that shook the foundation of democracy, set against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh launched its trailer today. A 24 FPS Films Production, the film is based on intolerance and aspires to make audiences contemplate on where humanity stands amidst the noise of religious, social, political and economic prejudice. The film will touch upon grave subjects that have transpired in the recent past such as Muzzafarnagar, Godhra, Babri Masjid riots apart from making references to bureaucratic misdoings, mind games and controversial master strokes of some high profile dignitaries. Interestingly the characters in the film also seem to draw parallel similarities with real life politicians. Some of the lead actors in the film will bear resemblance to real life politicians in their look, mannerisms and even names. A lot of research has gone into making of the film, working on the characters, with real evidence being used within the film to unveil the truth and urge the public, the common man, to be foot soldiers of change.
Directed by Jitendra Tiwari & P. Singh and produced by Swatantra Vijay Singh & Vyas Verma, the film stars Jimmy Sheirgill, Ashutosh Rana, Sanjay Suri, Narendra Jha, Hiten Tejwani, Eijaz Khan, Suha Gezen, Anirudh Dave, Deepraj Rana
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