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Several couplets written for Onir's forthcoming film "Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz" -- but not used in it -- will be published in a book.
Music giant Saregama's latest offering "Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz" under the banner Yoodlee Films is a modern-day take on love in the time of technology, told through a sweet tale of romance with two primary characters - RJ Alfaaz (played by debutant actor Zain Khan Durrani and Archana, a meme artist (played by national award-winning actress Geetanjali Thapa).
RJ Alfaaz seems to be in love with using couplets for his conversations.
While some were used in the film, makers have now decided to publish a book consisting of the 'shayaris' that couldn't become a part of the film. The book will get published after the film's release of the film, read a statement.
"Many of the 'shayaris' are beautiful and I was feeling heartbroken that I could not use them in the film. I am thrilled that my film's producers have decided to bring out a book with them. It will be a precious book titled 'Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz'."
The film will release on February 16.
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