The makers of Irrfan starrer Blackmail are all set to unveil the third song from the film titled Badla
The makers of Irrfan starrer Blackmail are all set to unveil the third song from the film titled Badla. After treating the audience with the first song ‘Happy Happy’ which showcased the helplessness of Irrfan and second song ‘Patola’ which created a wedding scenario, the third song ‘Badla’ showcases the furious side of the actor.
Announcing the song to be coming tomorrow, the makers of the film shared memes citing Badla. The makers shared, “A song that will give an outlet to your anger! Stay tuned for #Badla @irrfank @IamKirtiKulhari @divyadutta25 #ArunodaySingh @OmiOneKenobe @raogajraj @AbhinayDeo #BhushanKumar @TSeries #RDPMotionPictures”.
In a short glimpse of the song. Irrfan is seen wearing a helmet used at construction sites and holding a stick. A visibly furious Irrfan looks ready to break something.
Blackmail has received immense appreciation ever since the teaser of the film released. The teaser showed Irrfan running around the streets wearing nothing more than a pair of boxer shorts with his face covered by a bra-and-panty paper bag.
The hilarious trailer of the Irrfan-starrer further piqued the interest of the audience in which the question raised was: “What will you do if you find your wife in bed with someone else?”
The quirky trailer promises a madcap comedy starring an ensemble cast of Irrfan, Kirti Kulhari, Divya Dutta, Arunoday Singh, Omi Vaidya, Anuja Sathe, Pradhuman Singh Mall, Gajraj Rao, among many others.
Produced by T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar and RDP Motion Pictures’ Abhinay Deo, Blackmail, directed by Abhinay Deo, is slated to release on April 6, 2018.
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