Gulzar’s unreleased film Libaas to strike a large shade this year

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In a provide for Gulzar fans on his 83rd birthday, his unreleased film Libaas is all set to strike a large shade this year. The unreleased title, done in 1988, was grieving in a repository of a Directorate of Film Festivals. Zee Classic with a code tender Woh Zamaana Kare Deewana currently announced a melodramatic recover of a movie. The tract of a film, that facilities maestro actors such Naseeruddin Shah and Shabana Azmi, is formed on Gulzar’s possess brief story Seema from his Raavi Paar collection. The story revolves around entertainment executive Sudhir (Shah)and his actor mother Seema (Azmi). Their life appears design perfect, though appearances are mostly false in a universe of showbiz.

The film also facilities Raj Babbar, Sushma Seth, Utpal Dutt, Annu Kapoor and Savita Bajaj. The song has been stoical by one of Gulzar’s visit collaborators, R D Burman. Libaas was constructed by Vikas Mohan, whose dream will realised by his sons Amul Vikas Mohan and Anshul Vikas Mohan. Amul said, “I’m propitious to be a partial of this project. It couldn’t be expelled during that time for some reason. This was my father’s life-long dream and I’m happy it’s finally entrance true. “The film will be in theatres by a finish of this year. We will announce a recover date in a few weeks, after serve discussion.” The film will be distributed by Zee Studios in India.

Libaas was shown during a International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa after a opening of 22 years on Nov 22, 2014. It was also screened during a International Film Festival during Bangalore in January, 1992. Gulzar, who is celebrating his 83rd birthday today, is one of a many distinguished and inclusive names in Hindi cinema. Besides being a successful producer and lyricist, he had an active career as a executive that began with Mere Apne in 1971.

Gulzar after went on to approach classics such as Parichay, Aandhi, Mausam, Angoor, Ijaazat, Lekin…, Maachis and Hu Tu Tu. He stopped directing films to combine on his essay and translating Rabindranath Tagore’s work though he is still really active as a lyricist and won a Oscar for Jai Ho from Slumdog Millionaire.

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