Katrina Kaif, after sensationalising the hot number Husn Parcham, is once again ready to raise the temperature quotient with yet another sizzling song Heer Badnaam. Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma-starrer Zero is all set for the big release on Friday, and to add more excitement and hype, the makers have launched another Katrina song.
The song illustrates the downside of the glamour world that looks so shimmering from the outside. The popular actress Babita Kumari paints the town in her bold avatar but also is daunted by the dark side of the showbiz industry. The song reveals the strong bond between Bauua (SRK’s character) and Babita Kumari (Katrina) and how it becomes an important aspect of the interesting plot.
One can also see actor Abhay Deol in a cameo appearance in the song. On one hand, where Bauua struggles to match up with the popularity of Babita, with several hilarious moments, on the other.
The bold moves, powerful words, and impactful acting, surely gives the audiences Goosebumps. Sung by Romy and composed by Tanishk Bagchi, the lyrics are penned Kumaar.
In a unique promotional activity of the film, the characters were introduced each with a poster, apart from the teasers, trailer and songs. Now, the film is all set to unveil the various facades of Shah Rukh Khan who plays the mischevious and vertically challenged Bauua and Anushka Sharma as the wheelchair-bound Aafia. Katrina Kaif also makes a stunning appearance as the glamorous superstar Babita Kumari. Challenging the actors to play characters like never before, Aanand L Rai presents a strong cast.
The film revolves around the life of Bauua, a man from Meerut and how the two women he meets in his life’s journey help him to find true love and his life’s purpose.
Apart from the intriguing characters, Zero attempts to celebrate life and sends out a message to embrace one's incompleteness, making it a must watch for families this Christmas. The Anand L Rai directorial is jointly produced by Gauri Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment and Colour Yellow Productions.