Sony Music acquires the digital music rights of the romantic drama

Sony Music acquires the digital music rights of the romantic drama

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Mumbai: Sony Music Entertainment has bagged the worldwide digital distribution rights of the much awaited Yash Raj Film, ?Ishaqzaade?. The movie stars debutant Arjun Kapoor, prolific film maker Boney Kapoor?s son and the feisty Parineeti Chopra, who was last seen in the caper Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl. Habib Faisal, the award winning director of Do Dooni Chaar and an award winning writer (Band Baaja Baaraat) is at the helm of ?Ishaqzaade? which is a romantic flick that revolves around the story of two people who are born to hate, destined to love!

Talented music director Amit Trivedi and eminent lyricist Kausar Munir have filled the music of this masala entertainer with earthy flavors.

There are five original songs & two remixes in the album encompassing a wide array of themes. The track ?Aafaton Ke Parinde? will be digitally released on 4th April 2012, followed by digital release of the full album on April 12. With this alliance Sony Music will leverage its entire digital delivery bandwidth for offering audio and audio visual music content of this film on mobile devices and other mobile & internet based platforms.

Sanujeet Bhujabal, Marketing Director Sony Music India said, ?Music director Amit Trivedi?s taste of music, immense talent and composing skills adds an earthy essence to the music of the movie. The music of Ishaqzaade is sure to strike a chord across all age groups. With the unique mix and match of compositions combined with the talent of fabulous singers like Javed Ali, Vishal Dadlani, Suraj Jagan, Sunidhi & Shreya, we expect a great response from music lovers".

The soundtrack features voices of Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghosal, Javed Ali, Vishal Dadlani, Shalmali Kholgade, Suraj Jagan , Divya Kumar & newcomer Shalmali Kholgade. The movie is set to release on May 18, 2012 globally.

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