The makers of Made In China have released a new song titled Naari Naari from the movie and lead actors Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy are seen grooving to the tunes of the song. It used to be launched Wednesday afternoon.
The video opens with news channels vastly covering the news of Rajkummar’s character gone lacking. Soon, they find him and ask the name of the game to the “tiger soup”. But Rajkummar only has a smile in response to their questions.
Sachin – Jigar have composed the music for the song. Vishal Dadlani and Jonita Gandhi have lent their voices for the quirky number that has been penned down by VAYU. Rajkummar and Mouni appear to be rockstars, dressed in shimmery costumes. The lyrics are slightly interesting but the music isn’t too peppy, failing the temper of the song.
Interestingly, the song is a recreated version of the 90s Arabic classic song by the same name.
Directed by National Award-winner Mikhil Musale, who won the most productive director for his 2016 drama-thriller Incorrect Side Raju, Made In China is produced by Dinesh Vijan of Hindi Medium fame. The movie is based on the life of a struggling Gujarati businessman, Raghu (Rajkummar), who embarks on a journey to China to be able to make his trade flourish. The hilarious journey and several experiences help him turn into a successful entrepreneur later. Mouni will be seen in the role of Rajkummar’s wife (Rukmini).
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Talking approximately choosing Rajkummar for the movie, Musale had earlier said the actor has spoiled him for life. For the role, the actor spent a month in that city before the shoot, learned the language and gained weight to receive the part correct. “When he signed on to be a part of the movie, he used to be already thinking ahead and making mental paper money approximately what aspects he’ll wish to work on to ace his characterisation. Raj and I had many conversations to solidify the space of Raghu Mehta’s world. Next object I realize, I am getting a call from him telling me that he’s in Ahmedabad. He took a video camera and visited many engaged areas of Ahmedabad from Lal Darwaja to Gandhi market to Manek Chowk and also a couple of places that a lot of people don’t realize approximately. He visited these places totally under the radar – going practically unrecognisable,” Musale said
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Oct 09, 2019 16:39 IST