Exclusive! Notebook actor Zaheer Iqbal explains why you won’t be disappointed by the new version of Hrithik Roshan’s Bumbro | Wireler
Recreating a traditional music is the newest pattern in B-town with nearly each upcoming Hindi movie selling a remixed version of an authentic quantity. While some end up to be exceptionally foot-tapping, there are a number of that are disappointments too. Hence, after we heard of the traditional music Bumbro Bumbro from Hrithik Roshan’s Mission Kashmir being remade for Zaheer Iqbal and Pranutan Bahl’s Notebook, we had ample of ideas in our minds. ‘Will the makers stay as much as the authentic or smash it fully?’ was the first thought which popped up.
Needless to say, after we had a phrase with Zaheer just lately, we did ask him about the comprehensions he confronted whereas filming the music, contemplating the proven fact that it might be criticised or get in comparison with Hrithik’s version. To which, the younger lad stated, “Hrithik sir did a phenomenal job in Mission Kashmir. But if you see the original video of Bumbro Bumbro, it is not about dancing and having fun. The point of comparison won’t come to the forefront once people watch Notebook as it is into a different space altogether.”
And after we had a phrase with Zaheer just lately, we made it some extent to ask him about the comprehensions he confronted whereas filming the music, contemplating that his efficiency could be criticised or in comparison with Hrithik’s. To which, the aspiring actor stated, “Hrithik sir did a phenomenal job in Mission Kashmir. But if you see the original video of Bumbro Bumbro, it is about dancing and having fun. The point of comparison won’t arise once people watch Notebook as it is set in a different space altogether.” Further, explaining how totally different their version of Bumbro is from the authentic, Zaheer added, “Bumbro is a Kashmiri folk song and we have just picked up the lines, ‘Bumbro bumbro shyam rang bumbro’. There are a lot of Kashmiri lyrics in our version and the song is completely different. It is more of a motivational number, where I motivate the kids.”
Recollecting the first shot of Bumbro, Zaheer stated, “Since it was my first film I was excited. I was high on energy and performed out of the character. And when I saw the shot on the monitor, it wasn’t even in sync.” When requested as to what went fallacious in the shot, the actor asserted, “The kids were having fun while I was performing. So, Nitin (director) sir told me to be in the character and just have fun with them. Now, when I see the song, I see myself smiling throughout, as I was enjoying my moment with the little ones.”
Producer beneath the banner of Salman Khan Films, Notebook releases on March 29, 2019.