QQS Song Unplugged

Irrfan Khan will be seen playing the character of a crazy lover boy in “Qarib Qarib Singlle” along with Parvathy, the popular Malayalam actress. (photo provided)

MUMBAI—The latest love song “Jaane De” from Irrfan Khan and Parvathy Thiruvoth starrer “Qarib Qarib Singlle” is garnering love for its soulful music.

But the latest person who could not stop himself from humming the tune is M. M. Kareem. The south Indian composer who gave us the blockbuster “Baahubali” album has shared his rendition of the most loved song of the film.

Kareem has sung the song, originally sung by the exquisite singer Atif Aslam, in his way, unplugged. The song gives insights into the love-hate, frictional relationship shared by the couple.

For the first time, the National Award-winning actor, Irrfan Khan, will be seen playing the character of a crazy lover boy in “Qarib Qarib Singlle” along with Parvathy, the popular Malayalam actress.

Since Parvathy will mark her Bollywood debut with the film, it is a much-awaited movie not only in Bollywood but also in South.

In the generation of online dating, the film is about two people who unusually discover love and life on a three-city tour which unfolds to be a crazy and desi adventure.

“Qarib Qarib Singlle” is garnering a lot of attention for its unusual pairing and quirky content. The trailer has received appreciation from the audience for its storyline promising a joy-ride. The posters have attracted eye-balls for its taglines.

This peculiar love story travels through the cities of Bikaner, Rishikesh, and Gangtok taking us on an uncommon ride of modern romance.

Presented by Zee Studios, “Qarib Qarib Singlle” is A Jar Pictures production and is helmed by filmmaker Tanuja Chandra, the film is all set to release on Nov. 10.

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