NEW DELHI: Prague by Ashish R Shukla which has already done a global festival circuit round is being released on 6 September.
The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had raised objection to one song from the film - Bottal khol. Composed by Tony Kakkar and sung by Neha Kakkar and Tony, the number got held up at the CBFC, resulting in delay of the film’s release.
Under the banner Glamour Struck Productions Prague had been conceived and produced by Rohit Khaitan and made in association with Maxwell Entertainment. Directed by Ashish R. Shukla (creative head - Dev D), it stars Chandan Roy Sanyal, Elena Kazan, Arfi Lamba and Mayank.
The Music is by Atif Afzal and some other guest composers, Lyrics by Varun Grover, Sound by Sanjay Chaturvedi, Editing by Meghna Manchanda Sen, Action by Parvez Shaikh, Art direction by Siddharth Mathawan & Mrinal Das, DI & VFX by Reliance Media Works.
For the first time, three music companies - Crescendo (earlier known as BMG Crescendo), Universal Music and Times Music is releasing the music of the film.
The album of Prague has more than 25 sound tracks and background pieces based on several themes which will spread on digital platforms and retail chains worldwide. Prague audio CDs are now available at all music stores.
Prague is a city with a history of heritage, myth and superstition. The film shows a passionate architect with hang ups and delusions about love and life, a Czech gypsy girl looking for her identity and love, and a mean friend. All of them come together, interfering, manipulating, coaxing and torturing each other as their search for peace, freedom and love continues.
This film is a psychological thrilling ride which takes one to the darkest corners of the mind, the shut down alleys of the soul and the graveyard of the heart.