Watch: Zaheer Iqbal Recreate Kashmiri Folk Song ‘Bumro’ In Notebook
Bhubaneswar: The makers of the upcoming film ‘Notebook’ on Wednesday unveiled the third song from the film titled ‘Bumro’. The song is a recreated version of the popular Kashmiri folk song of the same name.
‘Bumro’ from ‘Notebook’ has been majorly inspired by the original folk song and features Kashmiris tunes and influences. In the song, Zaheer Iqbal can be seen dancing in the company of school kids, who are happily showing their dance moves and having fun.
Written by Kaushal Kishore, Bumro has been composed by Vishal Mishra and sung by Kamaal Khan. Speaking about the song, composer Vishal Mishra told Hindustan Times, “We didn’t want to recreate the same song (Bumro). So, we retained the original folk
Watch ‘Bumro’ from ‘Notebook’ here-
Both Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal took to social media to share the third romantic number from their debut film.
Directed by Nitin Kakkar and produced by Salman Khan, ‘Notebook’ is a love story based in Kashmir and narrates the story of a man and a woman who fall in love without even knowing or seeing each other. The film has been shot extensively at picturesque locations in the Kashmir valley like Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Sonmarg, and Srinagar.
The film marks the debut of Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal. While Pranutan is the granddaughter of legendary actress Nutan and daughter of actor Mohnish Bahl, Zaheer Iqbal is the son of Salman Khan’s childhood friend Iqbal.
‘Notebook’ is slated for theatrical release on March 29, 2019.