There's an air of melancholy in Jee Le Zaraa, the latest song from Talaash as Rani Mukerji goes down the memory lane to relive the happy moments spent with hubby Aamir Khan and his son.
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In the song, all doesn't seem to be well between the husband and the wife. Rani even tries to break the
ice, but looks like Aamir is in his shell.
Rani comes across a romantic snap with Aamir and then starts the chain of memories. Aamir, Rani and their son are seen as a happy family in flashback. Aamir is also seen in some cosy moments with Rani.
The music of the film is composed by Ram Sampath. This particular song is crooned by Vishal Dadlani.
Kareena Kapoor also stars in a key role in the film.
Shot in Mumbai, Pondicherry and London, the storyline of the film has been kept closely guarded from Day 1 as Aamir is particular about not revealing the plot of his films. However, as per trailers and trade talk, Rani plays his wife, Sunaina, and Kareena plays a prostitute, Rosy. Latest rumours also suggest that there are traces of the Aarushi murder case in the film. Talaash will also see Gangs of Wasseypur lead Nawazzudin Siddique playing a pivotal role.
*Kareena Kapoor’s married name, ‘Kareena Kapoor Khan’ will appear in the opening credits of the film —this will be a first
*Earlier slated to release on June 1, the film was postponed because Aamir was occupied with his TV show, Satyamev Jayate.
*Before the official poster came out, a slew of fake posters of the movie were leaked online
*There was buzz that Aamir and Kagti had differences over some scenes that he wanted re-shot
*There were reports that the advance booking of the flick had started but it turned out a rumour.
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