Mumbai, July 16 -- Ranbir Kapoor's upcoming film Besharam, directed by Abhinav Singh Kashyap, will have him share screen space with his parents, Rishi and Neetu Kapoor, for the first time.
And while their fans are already curious to see how that pans out, we've now been informed that the three Kapoors will come together for a special promo.
A source close to the film's team reveals, "For this song, the Kapoors will appear as a family. It's a number which is high on north Indian slang and mannerisms, and the shoot for it will begin in the coming weeks. They're done shooting for the remaining bits as the film is slated to release on October 2."
The song, will be a promotional video and in all likelihood, will feature at the end of the film, while the credits roll. The source adds, "The team has already recorded about four to five songs, including some Punjabi rap, for the video, but they're still keeping their options open before finalising on the track. The brief given to the composers is that the song has to be a chartbuster, with a youthful vibe to it. The trio will be seen shaking a leg in the video, with Ranbir in the forefront. He has been taking a lot of interest in it and has been accompanying Abhinav for the music sittings too."
The source adds that since Ranbir plays an orphan in the film, they couldn't include many 'family' moments in it, which is why they thought of this video. Sanjeev Lamba, from the film's production house says, "We are planning a big promotional song for Besharam. All details are being kept under wraps."