Meer-E-Kaarwan a Song From Farhan’s Lucknow Central
Farhan Akhtar is back on silver screens with his upcoming movie titled”Lucknow Central”. The trailer of the film and the first song, Kaawaan Kaawaan have already been released. Now it’s time for the team to release the next song “Meer-E-Kaarwan”.
The official Twitter account of the film shared the news writing, “Zindagi ke safar ke liye #LucknowCentral laya hai ek naaya gaana. #MeerEKaarwan aa raha hai aaj! Stay tuned! @FarOutAkhtar”
Watch Meer-E-Kaarwan a Song From Farhan’s Lucknow Central in HD here:
Lucknow Central is a stoty of musicians who find a new meaning to their lives, just in this case all of them happen to be jail prisoners, who land up in jail either on legitimate or false grounds. It is in the jail, where they form a band in which Farhan Akhtar plays the lead singer. Other jail prisoners include — Gippy Grewal, Deepak Dobriyal, Inaamulhaq and Rajesh Sharma.
While the first song, ‘Kaavan Kaavan’ was more of a band performance song in the jail, the new song, ‘Meer-E-Kaarwan’ is a soulful song that sets forth the personal lives and journeys of Akhtar and his jail prisoners. Sung by Amit Mishra and Neeti Mohan and composed by Rochak Kohli, the song is ‘kaarwan’. It has been masterfully written by lyricist Adheesh Verma.
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Also starring Diana Penty and Ronit Roy, Lucknow Central is directed by Ranjit Tiwari and produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures and Emmay Entertainment. Lucknow Central will release on 15 September 2017.
Kishen Mohan Girhotra (Farhan Akhtar) is a young man who is from Moradabad, a city in Uttar Pradesh. One tragic day, Kishen gets accused of murder which lands him in Lucknow Central Jail where he’s awaiting his High Court trial for a death penalty. Meantime, a hard-working NGO worker Gayatri Kashyap (Diana Penty), is impelled to form a Band of Prisoners for the band competition which is to be held in the dreaded jail of ‘Lucknow Central’ that year and this is how Kishen’s and her paths cross. Kishen and four other prisoners, namely Dikkat Ansari, Victor Chattopahdyay, Purushottam Pandit, Parminder Trehan and convinces them to join the band.