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'Break up song' in ADHM promotes women empowerment: Karan Johar

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"The breakup song" from "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" is striking the right chords and sending out a message that a breakup doesnt always have to end on a sour note and in tears. Filmmaker says the song is all about women empowerment.

The song shows Anushka Sharma and Ranbir Kapoor celebrating a breakup, and is all about how moving on can be easy.

"'The break up song' is all about women empowerment. Breaking up should be as quick and easy as falling in love," Karan said in a statement.

Karan talked about the song when actress Neha Dhupia inquired about it at Absolut Elyx Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards here.

With Pritam's music, the quirky and fun dance number is sung by Arijit Singh, Badshah, Jonita Gandhi and Nakash Aziz.

Amid all the hullabaloo over the release of "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", which features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, Karan is excited about the film, and has not given out a statement on the stir yet.

While the debate on whether Pakistani artistes should be allowed to work in India or not post the tension between the nations is still on, Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association of India's (COEAI) passed a judgment that they will not allow "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" to release in single screen theatres across Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

Directed and produced by Karan under his home banner Dharma Productions, the movie about unrequited love, stars Ranbir, Anushka and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, apart from Fawad. The film is scheduled to release on October 28.

--IANS

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'Break up song' in ADHM promotes women empowerment: Karan Johar

"The breakup song" from "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" is striking the right chords and sending out a message that a breakup doesnt always have to end on a sour note and in tears. Filmmaker Karan Johar says the song is all about women empowerment.

"The breakup song" from "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" is striking the right chords and sending out a message that a breakup doesnt always have to end on a sour note and in tears. Filmmaker says the song is all about women empowerment.

The song shows Anushka Sharma and Ranbir Kapoor celebrating a breakup, and is all about how moving on can be easy.

"'The break up song' is all about women empowerment. Breaking up should be as quick and easy as falling in love," Karan said in a statement.

Karan talked about the song when actress Neha Dhupia inquired about it at Absolut Elyx Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards here.

With Pritam's music, the quirky and fun dance number is sung by Arijit Singh, Badshah, Jonita Gandhi and Nakash Aziz.

Amid all the hullabaloo over the release of "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", which features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, Karan is excited about the film, and has not given out a statement on the stir yet.

While the debate on whether Pakistani artistes should be allowed to work in India or not post the tension between the nations is still on, Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association of India's (COEAI) passed a judgment that they will not allow "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" to release in single screen theatres across Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

Directed and produced by Karan under his home banner Dharma Productions, the movie about unrequited love, stars Ranbir, Anushka and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, apart from Fawad. The film is scheduled to release on October 28.

--IANS

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

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'Break up song' in ADHM promotes women empowerment: Karan Johar

"The breakup song" from "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" is striking the right chords and sending out a message that a breakup doesnt always have to end on a sour note and in tears. Filmmaker says the song is all about women empowerment.

The song shows Anushka Sharma and Ranbir Kapoor celebrating a breakup, and is all about how moving on can be easy.

"'The break up song' is all about women empowerment. Breaking up should be as quick and easy as falling in love," Karan said in a statement.

Karan talked about the song when actress Neha Dhupia inquired about it at Absolut Elyx Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards here.

With Pritam's music, the quirky and fun dance number is sung by Arijit Singh, Badshah, Jonita Gandhi and Nakash Aziz.

Amid all the hullabaloo over the release of "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", which features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, Karan is excited about the film, and has not given out a statement on the stir yet.

While the debate on whether Pakistani artistes should be allowed to work in India or not post the tension between the nations is still on, Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association of India's (COEAI) passed a judgment that they will not allow "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" to release in single screen theatres across Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

Directed and produced by Karan under his home banner Dharma Productions, the movie about unrequited love, stars Ranbir, Anushka and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, apart from Fawad. The film is scheduled to release on October 28.

--IANS

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