Mumbai, April, 22 (CINEWS): With a few towns crosswise over Maharashtra like Latur, Jalgaon, Nanded and Aurangabad confronting extreme dry spell emergency, numerous from the Bollywood organization have voiced their worries and approach to help the families confronting the circumstance.
More than 90 lakh agriculturists have been influenced by the lack of water and have kicked the bucket because of serious drying out.
In lieu of this, the creators of ‘Banjo’, chose to do their bit and re-worked a ‘Ganapati Song’ grouping that would require a few liters of water. On-screen character Riteish Deshmukh was a solid promoter of the sentiment that there are different approaches to draw in the viewer and alongside the group chose to modify the said tune succession and abstain from squandering water.
Riteish says, “I hail from Latur and am completely mindful of the dry season circumstance as of now crosswise over numerous districts in and around the place where I grew up. In such a situation, it dint feel a good fit for us to utilize abundance water for recording a specific scene, it was a consistent choice between the maker, chief and me to modify the scene.”
“The arrangement initially had Riteish hitting the dance floor with his band in a downpour succession amid the Ganpati melody and this would have brought about squandering a great deal of water. Being capable residents, and comprehension the reality of the water emergency in the State, we picked dhol, gulal and move rather, to make a happy party without trading off the look or feel.” advises the Banjo maker, Krishika Lulla.
‘Banjo’, created by Eros International and coordinated by Ravi Jadhav highlights Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri as leads. The music has been made by Vishal-Shekhar and verses have been penned around Amitabh Bhattacharya.