Haraamkhor Makers Talk To 1,500 Girls Before Penning Kidre Jaawan

Teenage love finds a beautiful voice in Jasleen Royal.

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Haraamkhor Makers Talk To 1,500 Girls Before Penning Kidre Jaawan

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If you haven’t listened to Kidre Jaawan from Haraamkhor yet, tune in right now. The number, which explores love the way Shweta Tripathi’s school-going character in the film feels it, is as soulful as it’s poetic. But that’s not all. The makers of the film actually interviewed 1,500 girls aged between 12 and 16 to know exactly how teenage girls feel about and deal with infatuation and love.


According to Mid-Day, composer-singer Jasleen Royal, lyricist Aditya Sharma and the makers toured various schools in Mumbai, Delhi and Lucknow to talk to teenage girls. And all this for the only song in the 90-minute film.

Wow is all we can say.

(Source: Mid-Day)

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