Filmmakers start unique campaign titled ‘Stories of 84’ for survivors wanting to share experiences.

Chandigarh: At a time when Pollywood has gone full blast on comedy and there is a dearth of varied subjects, ‘47 to 84’ breaks all shackles and is all set to usher in a diverse genre. Writer Laljit Singh Gill has treaded on a very sensitive path with ‘47 to 84’ that is a journey of a girl who has witnessed both the fateful times.

The music launch of the movie was an exclusive venture. Presenter & Producer Babli Singh from Shemaroo launched the music of the film, along with National Award Winning director Rajeev Sharma and music director R Sheen. Sandeep Kaur and Jagdish Kaur, who are both survivors of 1984 anti-Sikh riots, were the guest of honours at the music launch that was held at Hotel Shivalik View in the City Beautiful.

The album consists of six tracks. Opening the album is ‘Beriya’ that has been written by Munna Dhiman and putting soul to the song is Daler Mehendi. Next is ‘Gadwa’ that has been penned down by R Sheen and sung by Labh Janjua. Then is a heart touching number ‘Hun Main Kisnu Watan Kahunga’ sung by Dheera and Loppowale Brothers and Arshpreet Jugni.

Krishna has sung ‘Judai’ and ‘Raat’ tracks while Devender Pal Singh and Nooran Sisters have lent their voice to ‘Opera’. Overall these are all situational tracks that are sure to touch the chords of hearts of all music lovers.

“The album is a tribute to all those who have been part of the fateful events that are deep embedded in the heart of every Punjabi. We are sure that the masses will connect with the movie that aims to hurt no sentiments but just share the plight of the families of the sufferers. This is a serious movie that aims to heal some wounds,” shared director Rajeev Sharma. The film has been shot in Punjab, New Delhi and Canada and is all set to release this summer.

“The starcast will have all new faces so that the characters have no resemblance to anyone and lend a realistic feel. Being exposed to one comedy after another, the audience has been long been waiting for something realistic and different. With this movie, that wait will come to an end and we are sure that the audience will give us their love and support for ‘47 to 84’,” producer Babli Singh concluded.