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    <i>Baabul</i>: Promo Watch

    By Super Admin

    Filmmaker Ravi Chopra came back in 2003 with Baghban after nearly a decade since his last film. To add to his happiness, the film turned out to be one of the big hits of that year. And now, Chopra is back again with his next presentation Baabul. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini, Salman Khan, Rani Mukerjee, John Abraham and Om Puri. So, here's bringing you an exclusive premiere of Baabul's first theatrical only on IndiaFM.

    The promo opens with a slide showing red Sindoor in the background, with a line saying 'Celebrating 50 Years' along with B R Films logo. The name of the film appears and the Sindoor then clears off and you see a bride getting dressed up for her wedding. She is wearing her ornaments and then the camera focuses on the bride's face. The bride is Rani Mukherjee. A melodious classical track called "Bavari Piya" plays in the background sung by Sonu Nigam. After this comes a romantic intimate scene between Rani and Salman Khan.

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    The Red Sindoor background appears again and a line comes saying 'He who gave up all relationships to make one' and appears Amitabh Bachchan in a moment of grief. The promo then jumps again to the romantic colourful images of Salman and Rani in foreign locations. There is also a dance sequence between Amitabh Bachchan and Hema Malini as we see both of them shaking a leg in a party. The Father and Son, played by Amitabh and Salman, share a great bond. Their friendly relationship is shown in the scene where the two men are having a funny argument while Hema Malini and Rani Mukerjee are watching the show standing next to them.

    But then suddenly the dark side of the film appears and you see Rani Mukerjee crying alone sitting in the backyard of the house amidst heavy rains. The background score takes a sad tone by this time and the theatrical promo ends. The promo closes with John Abraham turning back looking at the camera. He is probably performing at a stage show. Baabul looks like emotional family drama. It shows the struggle that one goes through within the family during certain situations and how difficult it becomes to come in terms with the situation.

    Ravi Chopra comes back with his lucky team of Baghban with the story of an Indian family. Baabul definitely looks a promising film to be looked forward at this year end.

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