Song on anti-corruption in new film


By Hindustan Times

Mumbai, Aug. 25 -- Rajat Kapoor, Vinay Pathak, Anand Tiwari and Sadia Siddique shot an anti corruption video for their forthcoming film, directed by Praveen Kumar. The film, Jo Dooba So Paar - Its Love in Bihar, has a song on the anti-corruption theme and the director thought it will be a good idea to shoot for a promotional video with the song.

Coincidently, the song talks about what is happening in today's society and supports Anna Hazare's movement in a nice way with lines like: Sub chor uchhake baba ban gaye, dhan barse tamam, tu not lele, vote dede aur bhool ja bhola ram, Danke ki chot par loot ho rahi, galat salat sab kam andey garam garam, andey garam garam!

Says director Praveen, "Kesu, played by Anand Tiwari, is a fearless and youthful character growing up in a corrupt world as depicted as in the song. The song sung by Raghubir Yadav may have a strong connect with the Anna Hazare movement, but that is incidental."

The film, as the name suggests, is set in Bihar and is a love story about a boy Kishu who falls in love with a foreigner Sapna, who has come to India to do some research on Indian culture. But while Kishu tries to explore this romance, things change and what happens then is the story of the film. Jo Dooba So Paar -Its Love In Bihar is slated to release on October 14, 2011.