PC, Farhan Dance to Their Hearts’ Content in ‘Pink Gulabi Sky’

The latest song from The Sky is Pink is out.

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The latest song from The Sky Is Pink, Pink Gulabi Sky, has dropped and it is a peppy dance number. We see Farhan Akhtar, Priyanka Chopra, Zaira Wasim and Rohit Saraf decked out in identical outfit. We also see flashbacks of the family spending happy times together, supporting Zaira through her sickness.

Check out the song here:


Some time back, the makers of The Sky is Pink gave us a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the making of the film.

In the video, director Shonali Bose introduces us to the two characters and how they got their odd nicknames – Moose and Panda. “I could never have come up with such interesting names. Moose for me was a very inspiring character to write. Moose are the most gentle creatures but Aditi Chaudhary is a tigress! I think she (Aisha) calls her father Panda because Niren was black belt and an expert in Kung Fu skills. Panda to me is this real gentle and sweet. He gives the big hugs, and the big love and the big support – such a close relationship with his daughter and son,” she explains.

In an interview with Variety, Shonali had said that it was Aditi and Niren Chaudhary’s relationship that inspired her to make The Sky Is Pink. “For me as a filmmaker, I was drawn to it precisely for that reason. I wanted to explore the couple’s relationship. I wanted to explore what happens to a marriage when faced with the loss of a child. My own marriage ended when I lost my son. I was fascinated by the fact that this couple had made it,” she said.

The Sky Is Pink releases in theatres on 11 October.

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