Mumbai: Bhushan Kumar and Milan Luthria’s joint production Baadshaho kicks off with a song recording on Jan 15, the same day Milan and Ajay Devgn launched their first collaboration ‘Kachche Dhaage’.
The film is rumoured to be inspired by a true incident involving a raid on a Royal family of Rajasthan, which had an enmity with the political leadership during the Emergency of 1975.
Milan has given outstanding music in all his films from ‘Kachche Dhaage’ to ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai’ and ‘The Dirty Picture’. Music baron Bhushan Kumar whose label T Series presents ‘Baadshaho’ with Milan Luthria Films, was thrilled to start with a song recording.
'Baadshaho' is reportedly a multi starrer, but Milan and Bhushan refuse to comment on anything except that the film will release on Republic Day 2017.
Milan Luthria says, “This is an explosive idea, based loosely on true events that transpired during the Emergency. The action and music are rustic and set in Rajasthan. I am thrilled to collaborate with Bhushan and Ajay, but I don’t want to reveal too much about the film at the moment, except to say that like my other films it will be a blend of action, humour, emotion and one liners. Rajat Aroraa has written the script, and Bhushan and I plan to produce the film on a grand scale.”