The new song, Naari Naari, from Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy’s upcoming film Made In China is out. The actors look no less than rockstars in the new dance number. Directed by Mikhil Musale, the film also stars Paresh Rawal, Sumeet Vyas, Gajraj Rao and Boman Irani.
Naari Naari sees Rajkummar and Mouni dancing to a peppy track. The video opens with news channels creating hullabaloo around missing of Rajkummar Rao who is the inventor of ‘Tiger Soup’. When they finally find the actor and ask about the secret behind the soup, Rajkummar smiles and in the next scene we see him showing some killer dance moves with Mouni Roy.
Composed by Sachin-Jigar, the song has been sung by Vishal Dadlani, Jonita Gandhi, Sachin and Jigar. The lyrics of the song are penned by VAYU. While with the first appearance of the song it seems it will be a high on energy song, the song eventually disappoints.
The trailer of Made In China was recently released. Rajkummar Rao plays Raghu Mehta, a Gujarati enterpreneur who wants to make it big. The trailer of the film is a laugh riot with the Newton actor learning some enterprenerial skills from Paresh Rawal. Rajkummar is then shown to go to China and gets into the business of selling Chinese viagra after meeting a sexologist, played by Boman Irani.
(Disclaimer: This trailer contains expletives and sensitive content. Viewer discretion advised.)
In Made In China, Mouni Roy plays Rajkummar Rao’s wife. It is director Mikhil Musale’s first Hindi film. In an interview with news agency IANS, Mikhil opened up about his experience of working with the Stree actor. He said, “Raj and I had many conversations to solidify the space of Raghu Mehta’s world. Next thing I know, I get a call from him telling me that he is in Ahmedabad. He took a video camera and visited many busy areas of Ahmedabad from Lal Darwaja to Gandhi market to Manek Chowk and also a few places that lots of people don’t know about. He visited these places completely under the radar – going virtually unrecognisable.”
“When I met him close to the shoot, I saw a completely different man, I saw Raghu – nuanced even beyond my script. Right through the film shoot too, he asked us to speak to him and around him in Gujarati as much as possible so that he develops an ongoing ease with the language and accent,” added the filmmaker.
Made In China is scheduled to hit screens on Diwali this year.