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The song, which features Paresh Rawal singing praises of Devi Mata, during a typical North Indian jagran ceremony, has become an instant hit among the audiences with its devotional lyrics interwoven in a commercially hit tune.
Jyoti Jalaile directly takes the tune from the 2006 hit track Beedi Jalaile sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and Sukhwinder Singh. It is a track that the audiences have already loved and has become the main highlight of the movie. The song has been beautifully recreated by newcomer Amit Mishra, and in order to keep the spirit of the song intact, singer Sukhwinder Singh has sung Jyoti Jalaile himself.
Well, with the audiences already loving the light-hearted antics of each character in the film, this song surely adds as a bonus to their fun-filled experience.

Keeping his promise
Vikram Bhatt is one director, who is known for looking beyond and giving a chance to the newcomers. Vikram’s upcoming horror movie Shaapit will not only mark the debut of its lead stars Aditya Narayan and Shweta Agarwal, but also Subh Joshi. Subh Joshi was discovered by Vikram on Zoom’s talent hunt show called Idea Bollywood Club. Vikram, who was present on the show, was so impressed by him that he took his contact number and assured him that his talent will not go in vain. He also promised him a role in his next film.
Vikram kept his promise by casting Subh for a key role in Shaapit. Subh will be essaying a very crucial role in the movie. By keeping his promise, Vikram Bhatt has definitely set an example for other film-makers.

Scorching the big screen
Neena Gupta and Kanwaljit Singh are back together on the big screen with their latest film — Hello Zindagi which releases on March 5. The duo, which created waves a few years ago in the serial Saans; were known not just for their on-screen chemistry but also for their off-screen rapport. Hello Zindagi is based upon observations of our present society. It has been produced by Suresh K Menon and Amit Garg and directed by award-winning Raja Unnithan.
The star cast also includes Mrunmayee Lagoo (daughter of Reema Lagoo), Kitu Gidvani, Milind Gunaji and Amit Behl. Says Kanwaljit Singh, “In Hello Zindagi, I play the role of an understanding and supportive father, who is always there by his daughter’s side and encourages every move of hers, which he feels will not bring any wrong to her. At first, I was a little sceptical about the script, but then it was Raja’s dedication and enthusiasm which made me take up this coming of age film.”
While Kanwaljit Singh is playing the role of a supportive father, the protagonist’s mother’s part is played by actor Neena Gupta. “I play the role of a mother, who is overly protective about her daughter and cares about her well-being, like every mother. The experience of working in this movie was very fresh and nice, and acting with the cast was fantastic because it involved Kanwaljit with whom I have already worked. Plus I also got to work with my friend Reema’s daughter,” says Neena.
Hello Zindagi deals with the highly sensitive and global environment issue of conservation of Olive Ridley turtles.

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