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The audio and music rights for Pritish Nandy's Shaadi Ke Side Effects, has been bagged by music company, T-Series. Pritam Chakroborty, who was the composer for Pyaar Ke Side Effects, will be composing for the sequel as well. Says Bhushan Kumar, T-Series, "The music of the first film was well received and the songs were tremendously successful. The expectation from the sequel is higher and Pritam and PNC will not disappoint; in fact they'll go beyond expectations. This film album is surely going to be on top of the charts." The film, to be directed again by Saket Chaudhary, features Vidya Balan and Farhan Akhtar in leading roles.
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