Kailash Kher records song for film on child terrorism

Mumbai, Feb 3 (IANS) Singers Kailash Kher and Vaishali Samant have sung songs for “Billu Ustaad”, a new film on child terrorism.

The music ‘muhurat’ of the Suvahhdan Angre-directorial was held at the Kailasa Studio here.

Actors Priyanshu Chatterjee and Mithila Naik were also present at the ‘muhurat’ and interacted with the media.

“If ISIS, militant groups and Jihadis can train kids to fight against India and spread terrorism, India also has kids like Billu who can be trained to fight to save our country. With this film we can bring alive the patriotic feeling from the teenage (years),” Angre said in a statement.

Shantanu Singh of Narayan Films, the producer of “Billu Ustaad”, said that the film offers a “message to the society”.

“Children are the biggest source of motivation and inspiration. The film has funny moments, and also shows the life of kids in an orphanage environment. Dialogues and screenplay are done in such a way that kids and especially their parents should get a message,” Singh added.

“Billu Ustaad” is the story of a boy named Billu, his friends and their lives in an orphanage. Billu is a courageous and confident boy, who is aware of the happenings around him. He has four good friends, whom he plays, laughs and fights with. The story takes a twist when Billu’s friends are kidnapped by terrorists and brainwashed to undertake terrorist activities.

Billu along with an IAS officer Ajay and ATS officer Siraj gives a tough time to the terrorists as highlighted in this movie.

Music director for “Billu Ustaad” is Shreerang Aras and lyrics have been penned by Sachin Nikam and Divyesh Mungra.

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