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Queens music becomes great hit

IndiaGlitz [Monday, February 03, 2014]
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"London Thumakda", "Badra Bahaar" and "Gujariya" - three tracks that were recently released by the makers of 'Queen', have been receiving a spectacular response from the audience. Fans are bombarding the film's digital space with their likes, shares and comments, expressing their anticipation for the upcoming songs and the release of the film.

The music for 'Queen' has been composed by the ace musician Amit Trivedi and the lyrics have been penned by Anvita Dutt. "London Thumakda", an instant favourite, has been crowned the wedding song of the season. One fan commented, "I was waiting for the full length song since long. Finally here it comes, and its amazing!". Another one said, 'Love this song !! :)'. "Badra Bhaar", the soulful number from the film, has got fans writing praises like, "Amazing song :) Can't wait to see this movie!" and "Great Songs....Beautiful Lyrics" on YouTube. 'A catchy track!" was what one of the excited fans commented, for the peppy number "Gujariya".

An elated Amit Trivedi said, "I am exhilarated to see the response that Queen's songs have been receiving and I am thankful to the fans for appreciating our hard work." Queen's music, which has been making waves already, was launched at the prestigious Kala Ghoda Arts Festival on 2nd February.

'Queen' is about Rani, a shy, simple girl from Rajauri played by Kangana Ranaut, who has been dumped at the altar by her fiance. However, she decides to go on her honeymoon, all alone. The movie is about her making new friends in an unknown place, and having the time of her life. Presented by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, 'Queen' is a Phantom Production. The Kangana Ranaut starrer is directed by Vikas Bahl, and produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures, Vikramaditya Motwane and Anurag Kashyap. 'Queen' is scheduled for release on March 7, 2014.




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