Mumbai, Sep 21, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Bollywood superstar Salman Khan ensured that the music launch of Preity Zinta's Ishkq in Paris (2012) was one to remember, as he graced the event with his presence ,in support of close friend Preity Zinta and entertained the audience to the hilt.
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While the actor makes a special guest appearance in the film as he shakes a leg with Preity in "Kudiye Di Kurti" Preity confirms that fans will get to see a lot more of Salman. Said Preity, "Ishkq in Paris is an out-and-out romantic film and I thank Salman for being a part of my film. I can't reveal much about his role, but I am sure audience will be pleasantly surprised ".
Talking about close friend and co-star Preity Zinta, said Salman Khan on the occasion, "Preity has done so many films earlier, but this movie is different, you will see Preity in a different avatar all together".
Directed by Prem Raj, starring Preity Zinta, Rhehan Malliek and renowned French actress and two-time Academy nominee Isabelle Adjani, the contemporary romance takes audiences through the journey of two complete strangers who end up spending the evening together in the romantic city of Paris only to cross paths once again in an unusual encounter.
While music composers Sajid-Wajid jammed to a couple of songs much to the audience's delight, producer-actress Preity Zinta was all praise for the dynamic duo ."I have been very very fortunate to have Sajid-Wajid do the music and they've done a splendid job on Ishkq in Paris" added Preity.
Said director Prem Raj, “Ishkq in Paris is an album with something for everyone – it’s a mix of contemporary but Indian at heart”.
Said Rhehan Malliek , ”It’s a very eclectic album, the soundtrack is very rich and evocative and has a lot of flair – My personal favorites are Saiyaan and Chudiyan”.
Under Preity Zinta’s home production banner PZNZ Media, Ishkq In Paris comes to a theater near you 2nd November,2012.
Watch the video song "Kudiye Di Kurti"" Hindi movie Ishq in Paris