Watch: 'Gunday' Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor's celebration of friendship
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Yash Raj Films' are ready to let loose their best finds Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor together in their upcoming action drama film 'Gunday'. The makers released a reverberating track 'Jashn e Ishqa' featuring the lead actors today (December 26).
The track, like the first (promo) trailer of the film, does not introduce the film's lead actress Priyanka Chopra. Although, her look as the cabaret dancer has received rave reviews the makers have apparently decided to put forth the heroes Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor instead of the glamourous actress.
The song is a celebration of Bikram (Ranveer Singh) and Bala's (Arjun Kapoor) friendship and power in Kolkata of 1970s. 'Jashn e Ishqa' introduces the audience to 'Calcutta's (Kolkata) most loved, celebrated, reckless, fearless, powerful Gundays.'
The song is a blend of high action sequences and rocking dance moves by Ranveer and Arjun. The music for the film is composed by Sohail Sen.
Set in Bengal, 'Gunday' tells the tale of two friends Bikram and Bala, who grow up from being small time wagon breakers and coal thieves to becoming the biggest and most powerful mafia coal men. Not only are the duo thick as thieves, but they are also in love with the same girl Nandita. The Ali Abbas Zafar film is set to release on February 14.
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