Taapsee Pannu’s Naina appears to be conflicted about cheating her husband at the video of Kyun Rabba, the tune from Sujoy Ghosh’s Badla. The tune has been written by Amaal Mallik, sung by Armaan Malik, also composed by Kumaar. The movie is a montage of Naina reeling from the toil of an affair coupled with the murder of her fan.
Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu have come together once again at the movie Badla. After their hit film Pink that buzzed every quarter of the nation, Big B and Taapsee now slide into similar roles, however for a different reason. The makers of the movie had kicked off its promotions as the first tune from the movie released today. Kyun Rabba is a soft ballad that shows shame and the guilt Taapsee’s on-screen character goes through.
Badla is being co-produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment along with the actor shared with the first look of the two characters on social media. In fact, the trailer looks promising and fans were instantly glued about what the story would hold. This time too, fans are reacting to the tune Kyun Rabba for the touch. Kyun Rabba is a song sung and composed by the brothers’ duo Armaan Malik and Amaal Mallik.
Badla is an official remake of this Spanish movie The Invisible Guest (2016), in which a man facing murder charges gets a visit from his attorney. Ghosh’s remake has reversed the protagonists’ sexes. Naina (Pannu) is your girl charged with murder, while Amitabh Bachchan plays the lawyer, who had been a woman from the original movie. Azure Entertainment and shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment have produced Badla, which will be released on March 8.