Just like the first movie’s album, ‘Ek Villain Returns’ music album is turning out to be quite the blockbuster, the creators of the thriller which releases this week have claimed.
With three of the album’s song already out and loved across board, the makers of ‘Ek Villain Returns’ expressed great excitement at the release the next song ‘Naa Tere Bin’ and one actor, in particular, had much to say.
said: “We all have our favourite songs in the movie, mine is ‘Naa Tere Bin’. I can't wait for the fans to hear it. It’s been on my playlist on loop.
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“The three songs that have been released from the music album of ‘Ek Villain Returns’ are already topping charts. ‘Naa Tere Bina’ is one of those soulful, tugs-at-your-heart kind of a song. It embodies the heartbreak that runs as an undercurrent through the film. It is as intense as satisfying and the cast did a great job taking the song and adding so much more of themselves into it.”
‘Naa Tere Bin’ follows ‘Dil’, ‘Galliyan Returns’ and ‘Shaamat’ and released last week. Starring a powerful ensemble cast including John Abraham, , Disha Patani, and Tara Sutaria, ‘Ek Villain Returns’ will release worldwide on July 29. The movie is directed by Mohit Suri and jointly produced by T-Series and Balaji Motion Films. The film is dubbed a gritty, broody offering, jam packed with raw action sequence.
Kapoor said of his role: “Working with John was amazing. He's somebody who is known for his action image, his intensity and the physicality that he has carried on for so many years. I couldn't have asked for a better co actor.
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“When we work with stuntmen for a scene, they make us look good on screen when we fight alone with them. But to fight with a fellow you need to have a certain amount of trust in regard that they are pushing you, not at the cost of injuring you or causing any harm, and I think with John, the thing that I love and appreciate the most is that he was always very aware saying that we will push to the maximum without ever going overboard and risking injury because he's so experienced. And I think that put me at ease to be able to do action with them.”