The addictive track ‘Kyun Rabba’ from upcoming flick Badla is a soothing musical experience

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The addictive track ‘Kyun Rabba’ from upcoming flick Badla is a soothing musical experience

Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu starrer upcoming thriller venture Badla is going to hit the theatres on 8th of March 2019. The makers have released the beautiful track ‘Kyun Rabba’ which is sung by Armaan Malik and composed by Amaal Mallik.

The song’s video is based on Taapsee’s character. The video shows Taapsee’s character love for her family and about to leave the second man when all of a sudden he gets killed. The song also showcases how all of this has let Taapsee alone.

Talking about the song, the composer Amaal Mallik said, “Our industry holds a musical perception about each emotion that we may depict in our narrative. As music composers, our job is either to cater to that particular need or give it a contrast that grows on an audience in a way that it begins to sound more universal than just obvious.”

“For me, Kyun Rabba is the latter. Yes, it essentially speaks about a broken heart. But I’ve still looked to add finesse to it instead of letting it sag into a depressive undertone of sorts. This tune came to me one evening while the narrative of this film kept doing the rounds of my mind. I had my mind fixed on the kind of sound and melody I wanted to create,” he added.

The music composer further shared, “This song and film are a first of many. It’s my first film with Sujoy Ghosh, first with SRK’s Red Chillies Entertainment and also the first with Taapsee Pannu. It’s such an honor to be one of the youngest composers to compose for a Mr Bachchan film.”

The movie Badla is helmed by veteran director Sujoy Ghosh and produced by Gauri Khan under the production house of Red Chillies Entertainment and Azure Entertainment starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles. We can’t control our excitement for the movie and are curiously waiting to hit the theatre on 8th of March.

Published by Shifa Naz on 20 Feb 2019

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