There’s much excitement for the upcoming show Jaat Na Pucho Prem Ki. When the makers of the show officially announced about recreating the super hit Marathi movie Sairat and it’s Hindi remake Dhadak on TV, we were excited to witness this amazing love story once again. The story is based on the characters of Badal and Suman who belong to different castes and fall in love with each other. Looking at the incidents that are happening in our country, we feel that this show will surely send a strong message against caste discrimination and honour killing.
Take a look at the promo of the show below:
If you remember, Sairat was famous for its overall concept, the chemistry between the actors and soulful tracks. Similar was the case with Dhadak which had an extra point for the star kids, Ishaan Khattar and Janhvi Kapoor. Both the movies had songs that you can listen on a loop. Taking this as a plus point, the makers of the new TV show decided to have the same tune in their show as their title song. If you haven’t heard it yet then take a look at it below:
The lead actor Kinshuk Vaidya, who will be essaying the character of Badal, has shared the song on his social media. After listening to it for the first time you might get confused (because your mind might play the previous lyrics) but give it a second chance and we assure you that you will love it. We heard it for some time and realised that we are hooked!
The new song is recreated by Amjad Nadeem Aamir and the lyrics are beautifully woven around the music by Manoj Muntashir. While in Sairat, the title song was sung by Chinmayi Sripada and Ajay Gogavle, for the show, Yasser Desai & Aishwarya Pandit have given their voice. Not to forget the chemistry between the lead pair that we see in the song is great. Kinshuk and Pranali have taken a lot of efforts to get into their character and do justice to this popular story.
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