Mumbai, October 4 (CINEWS): Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt starred “Shaandaar” will toss light on a medicinal condition – a sleeping disorder. A sleeping disorder is a rest issue portrayed by trouble in nodding off.
Vikas Bahl’s “Shaandaar” has a turn that the creators had kept under wraps till now. Shahid and Alia will assume the part of two sleep deprived people.
“Yes, it is valid. Shahid and Alia are playing characters that are experiencing a sleeping disorder, which is, failure to get rest. A sleeping disorder is something the vast majority has experienced sooner or later in their life which makes the film and their characters to a great degree relatable,” said executive Vikas Bahl in an announcement.
The producers of “Shaandaar” have additionally incorporated an old melody from the 1958 film, “Post Box 999,” which runs well with the idea of a sleeping disorder.
“Aside from being a destination wedding film, “Shaandaar” speaks the truth this account of two sleep deprived people. Shahid’s and Alia’s characters don’t get rest during the evening, so the film’s creators purchased the privileges of the well-known track from the 1958 film ‘Post Box 999’, ‘Neend Na Mujhko Aaye’ (picturized on Sunil Dutt and Shakeela). For ‘Shaandaar’, the sentimental number has been reproduced by Mikey McCleary and picturized on Alia and Shahid. The tune, initially sung by Hemant Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar fits flawlessly in this film about sleep deprived people,” included a representative in the announcement.
Alongside Shahid and Alia, “Shaandaar” likewise highlights Pankaj Kapur and Shahid’s sister Sanah Kapoor. The film is slated to be discharged on 22 October