Ek Bura Aadmi
|Ek Bura Aadmi|
|Directed by||Ishraq Shah|
|Produced by||Surendra Rajiv
|Screenplay by||Yashwant Shekhawat, Risho Oberoi and Ishraq Shah|
|Story by||Ishraq Shah|
|Based on||true incidents|
|Music by||Band of Bandagi|
|Edited by||Meghna Ashchit|
|Distributed by||Philind Motion Picture|
Ek Bura Aadmi is an upcoming 2013 Hindi Political, Thriller film directed by Ishraq Shah and produced by Surendra Rajiv and Zenaida Mastura. This is a work of fiction inspired by real-life stories of well-known criminals turned politicians from the North Indian states of UP and Bihar. The film is a realistic portrayal of power politics where money and muscle play very prominent roles. The film was to be released on 26 July 2013. The film features Arunoday Singh, Kitu Gidwani, Raghuveer Yadav and Yashpal Sharma as main characters.
- Arunoday Singh as Munna Siddiqui
- Kitu Gidwani as Rukmi Devi
- Raghubir Yadav as Prabhunath Pandey
- Yashpal Sharma as Rajnath Chowdhary
- Deepak Singh as Sajid Siddiqi
- Angira Dhar
- Vishal O Sharma
- Vinod Nahardih
The film revolves around the power politics of the Hindi heartland of UP and Bihar.
The music as well as the background score has been composed by Tochi Raina and his Band of Bandagi. Lyrics have been penned by Nasir Faraaz, Arafat Mehmood & Ishraq. The film features six songs:
- Suraj Sehra Mein Akela Hai (Romantic Fusion)
- Yeh Tamasha Kya Hai (Sufi / Jazz / Rock Fusion)
- Uchal Gayi Chamiya (Item Number / Nautanki)
- Gaon Ki Radha Ka Rukh (Folk - Holi)
- Uth Ja Tham Le Tiranga (Patriotic / Call to Action)
The audio was released by Times Music (Junglee) in Delhi on 14 June and has been made available on all the digital platforms.
- "EK BURA AADMI on location shoot, Releasing 26 July 2013, ★ Arunoday Singh, Kitu Gidwani". Retrieved 28 June 2013.
- Ek Bura Aadmi 2013 Movie Lyrics Full All Songs Lyrics, Movie Information & Reviews.
- Ek Bura Aadmi 2013 at Official Facebook Page
- Ek Bura Aadmi at IMDB
- Ek Bura Aadmi Film Music on Times Music
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