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Karan, Sahher’s Romantic Adventure in Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Trailer

‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’ will hit theatres on 20 September.

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Sahher Bambba and Karan&nbsp; Deol in <i>Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas.</i>
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The trailer for Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas, starring Karan Deol and Sahher Bambba, dropped on 5 August. The film is directed by Bollywood actor Sunny Deol and marks the debut of his son Karan as well as Sahher.

The trailer begins with a typical boy-meets-girl scenario. Karan and Sahher’s characters seem to be on an adventure together. As they become more familiar with each other, they start to fall in love. Their week-long adventure is their paradise, but real life is not. The trailer is filled with cliche dialogues and from the looks of it, Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas seems like a run-of-the-mill Bollywood romance with nothing new to offer. There’s fun, there’s drama, there’s violence, there’s music. Apart from the debut faces, the trailer offers nothing.

Watch it here:

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Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas also stars Aakash Ahuja, Sachin Khedekar, Simone Singh, Megna Malik, Kamini Khanna, and Akash Dhar. A family production of sorts, the film is presented by Dharmendra. The trailer was originally supposed to release on 4 August. However, due to heavy downpour in Mumbai, the launch was rescheduled for the next day.

Earlier, the makers had released the title track of the film.

The title song is a soulful Punjabi love ballad with singers Arijit Singh and Parampara Thakur providing the vocals. It has been composed by Sachet-Parampara of "Bekhayali" fame and Rishi Rich. The lyrics have been penned by Siddharth and Garima.

The song is a tribute to the evergreen Dharmendra track of the same name but is not a remake.

Listen to it here:

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While talking about his son’s debut, Sunny Deol was very clear about how he can help Karan navigate the industry only to a certain extent. He said, “When I came in the industry was I mentally prepared. I am sure he is coming in his own way the way I came in. Rest is up to him how he portrays himself, the subjects he chooses, how he does the job and that is all up to him. As a father, I am always there with him. But I can’t go and work for him or select things for him. It is up to us what we become as individuals.”

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