Kuttey song Tere Saath: Radhika Madan is fearless yet helpless as she romances Shardul Bhardwaj in romantic number
The new song Tere Saath from Kuttey, featuring Radhika Madan and Shardul Bhardwaj, is a romantic number composed by Vishal Bhardwaj.
The second song from Kuttey is out now. It's a romantic song featuring Radhika Madan and Shardul Bhardwaj and has been sung as well as composed my filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj. Radhika plays an edgy and short-tempered girl named Lovely in the film. Her love for guns is evident even in the new song. Also read: Kuttey trailer: Arjun Kapoor, Tabu are out to cross one another in this heist thriller. Watch
The soothing romantic song has music by Vishal Bhardwaj and has been penned by Gulzar. Vishal Bhardwaj has himself sung the song along with Kiran and Nivi. It features Radhika getting married to someone else despite being madly in love with Shardul's character. As she meets him before her engagement ceremony, she warns him she will kill herself on her wedding night but refuses to forget him.
Kuttey marks Vishal Bhardwaj's son Aasmaan Bhardwaj's directorial debut. It boasts of award-winning actors like Naseeruddin Shah, Tabu, Konkona Sen Sharma along with Kumud Mishra and Arjun Kapoor. It will release in theatres on January 13.
It was Vishal Bhardwaj who directed Radhika Madan in her debut film, Pataakha in 2018. He had approached Radhika with Kuttey. Talking about working with Aasmaan before, Radhika told PTI in an interview, “Vishal ji is like family to me. I have known Aasmaan since Pataakha, he was assisting Vishal ji. He was finishing his studies then and was writing a script at that point, but I didn't know it was Kuttey. It had no name at that point.”
Radhika says she takes Vishal's blessings before starting on any film and credits him for teaching her the importance of chasing honesty in her performances. "The one thing he has taught me is to live by my truth and not get lured by the delusion and superficiality of the industry. Always chase the truth and be honest. He doesn't tell me what to do and what not to do. He wants me to make my own career fall, rise and learn from my mistakes," she said.
- Vishal Bhardwaj