After Bhaag D.K.Bose, Now comes Fat Gai's turn
We all know Aamir Khan made an aggressive promotions for the song 'Bhaag D.K.Bose' from his home production movie 'Delhi Belly' starring Imran Khan. But film maker Karan Kashyyap chose the platform of YouTube to promote his double meaning song 'Fat Gai' from his upcoming film which is interestingly titled 'Zindagi Jalebi'.
Those who are not aware of Karan Kashyyap, Well he is India's only director who shot his film 'Six Hour's With Terrorists' in only 'One Take'. The film is based on 26/11 Terrorist Attacks and was mentioned in the Guiness Book of World Records 2011.
Six Hour's With Terrorist is enjoying it's Film Festival runs, Meanwhile Karan is ready with his First-Ever debut Satire Comedy called 'Zindagi Jalebi' which will have some new faces such as Avinash Bhargava, Leena, Samarth Chaturvedi.
"I am very happy that my film Six Hour's is being appreciated in Film Festivals and my next film Zindagi Jalebi which is also my first debut feature film is ready for release. Six Hour's is totally a dark film which was made keeping International Viewer's in mind, While Zindagi Jalebi is a comedy about situations in a common man's life." Said Karan Kashyyap.
The director has launched the song 'Fat Gai' on the internet. The song draws extreme similarities from Delhi Belly's song 'Bhaag D.K.Bose' which was taunted to be the most notorious double-meaning song in the history of Indian Cinema. Karan adds "The song Fat Gai is not a dirty or a double meaning song. In fact it's a bold song that speaks about problems faced by a common man in his daily life."
We bring the Exclusive First look of the Song 'Fat Gai' for you to decide.
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