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John Abraham lends voice to 'Rang Laal' from 'Force 2'

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John Abraham has lent voice to a track from upcoming flick 'Force 2,' titled "Rang Laal."

The actor has literally left no stone unturned for the Abhinay Deo directed action thriller.

John, whom we had seen lifting a bike in 'Force,' will be seen lifting a Benz weighing over 1580 kilogram for the sequel.

The actor has voiced the dialogues in the patriotic song, sung by Dev Negi. Leading lady of the film Sonakshi Sinha is also a part of the flick.

According to producer Vipul Shah, "The song reflects the general state of mind in the country -when we're attacked, we will strike back. It has been sung by a young singer named Dev Negi and features dialogues by John."

He also added that the number was conceptualised by Abhinay and will be a part of the film's narrative.

Shah further said, "After we finished shooting the film, we wanted to do something more to convey its spirit but in a unique way. We shot the song on a set in Mumbai.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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John Abraham lends voice to 'Rang Laal' from 'Force 2'

John Abraham has lent voice to a track from upcoming flick 'Force 2,' titled "Rang Laal."The actor has literally left no stone unturned for the Abhinay Deo directed action thriller.John, whom we had seen lifting a bike in 'Force,' will be seen lifting a Mercedes Benz weighing over 1580 kilogram for the sequel.The actor has voiced the dialogues in the patriotic song, sung by Dev Negi. Leading lady of the film Sonakshi Sinha is also a part of the flick.According to producer Vipul Shah, "The song reflects the general state of mind in the country -when we're attacked, we will strike back. It has been sung by a young singer named Dev Negi and features dialogues by John."He also added that the number was conceptualised by Abhinay and will be a part of the film's narrative.Shah further said, "After we finished shooting the film, we wanted to do something more to convey its spirit but in a unique way. We shot the song on a set in Mumbai.

John Abraham has lent voice to a track from upcoming flick 'Force 2,' titled "Rang Laal."

The actor has literally left no stone unturned for the Abhinay Deo directed action thriller.

John, whom we had seen lifting a bike in 'Force,' will be seen lifting a Benz weighing over 1580 kilogram for the sequel.

The actor has voiced the dialogues in the patriotic song, sung by Dev Negi. Leading lady of the film Sonakshi Sinha is also a part of the flick.

According to producer Vipul Shah, "The song reflects the general state of mind in the country -when we're attacked, we will strike back. It has been sung by a young singer named Dev Negi and features dialogues by John."

He also added that the number was conceptualised by Abhinay and will be a part of the film's narrative.

Shah further said, "After we finished shooting the film, we wanted to do something more to convey its spirit but in a unique way. We shot the song on a set in Mumbai.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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John Abraham lends voice to 'Rang Laal' from 'Force 2'

John Abraham has lent voice to a track from upcoming flick 'Force 2,' titled "Rang Laal."

The actor has literally left no stone unturned for the Abhinay Deo directed action thriller.

John, whom we had seen lifting a bike in 'Force,' will be seen lifting a Benz weighing over 1580 kilogram for the sequel.

The actor has voiced the dialogues in the patriotic song, sung by Dev Negi. Leading lady of the film Sonakshi Sinha is also a part of the flick.

According to producer Vipul Shah, "The song reflects the general state of mind in the country -when we're attacked, we will strike back. It has been sung by a young singer named Dev Negi and features dialogues by John."

He also added that the number was conceptualised by Abhinay and will be a part of the film's narrative.

Shah further said, "After we finished shooting the film, we wanted to do something more to convey its spirit but in a unique way. We shot the song on a set in Mumbai.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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