BOLLYWOOD SUPERSTAR SALMAN KHAN LAUNCHES THE MUSIC ALBUM OF KHWAABB
Bollywood Superstar Salman Khan today launched the music album of the upcoming Bollywood movie Khwaabb at a glittering ceremony at Taj, Lands End. KHWAABB is a sports drama, showcasing the struggle of our athletes. Produced by Arjuna Awardee Moraad Ali Khan, it features newcomers Navdip Singh and Simer Motiani in the lead roles. The supporting cast includes actors like Nafisa Ali, Rishi Mighlani and Theatre Star Bajrangbali Singh.
The album is an eclectic mix of various genres of music. The album includes a powerhouse title track performed by Sonu Nigam, composed by acclaimed musician Sandeep Chowta. The album has a village rustic fun track- TV ki Jai Ho performed by Kailash Kher and a soft love ballad Shamein performed by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Shreya Ghoshal. Both songs have been composed by Sajjad Ali Chandwani. Young and brilliant talent, Amal Mallik has scored the soundtrack of the film. Top international drummer Virgil Donati has played on the title track, the lyrics for which have been penned by Sameer.
The KHWAABB soundtrack brings together a great amalgamation of talent, music and flavours that music lovers would enjoy. The event witnessed some of the most prominent personalities of the Entertainment fraternity in attendance. Amongst those who graced the occasion……….
According to Producer Moraad Ali Khan, ” If you are a sports lover, or a sportsperson or yours kids play sports; I can assure you that Khwaabb will relate to some part of your own story. I had an amazing young and talented team who have translated the story into a truly entertaining and inspirational film’.
Zaid Ali Khan, Director, Khwaabb said, “It has been an immensely daunting and enriching experience, scoring this film. These superb musicians have really brought the story to life. I think it has been a great collaboration and I’m very excited to see how the listeners respond to this album”
About Khwaabb – The Movie
Khwaabb is a story about the birth of a dream, of ambition and the fierce passion to achieve that dream amidst unceasing tribulations. This intense personal journey is set in the larger, bureaucratic world of Indian sports. It illustrates why a country with a population of 1.2 billion people cannot produce medal-winning athletes. Khwaabb is the story of two such athletes and their struggle to succeed in the cutthroat, debauched and mired world of Indian sports.