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'BHK...' makers come up with song for Makar Sankranti

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Mumbai | Tuesday, 2016 6:45:05 PM IST
The makers of the forthcoming comedy film "BHK Bhalla@Halla.Kom" have launched a track titled "Phalooda", dedicated to Makar Sankranti.

The film's director Rakesh Chaturvedi told IANS: "The kind of energy that 'Phalooda' possesses and the effort put in by Tochi Raina (singer) is unmatchable. The energy is on par with some of the most popular kite-flying season songs. That is why we want to promote it as a song specially dedicated to Makar Sakranti, which is on the 14th of this month."

"'Phalooda' shall certainly lift the mood of the people flying kites, and I'm hoping to hear 'Phalooda' playing at high volumes from every terrace, roof or ground along with the kites," he added.

The film, starring Ujjwal Rana, Inshika Bedi, Manoj Pahwa and Yashpal Sharma, will hit the screens on February 5.

--Indo-Asian News Service uma/nn/dg

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2016-01-12-18:11:50 (IANS)

 
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