New Delhi: Sunny Leone would probably have not thought about becoming a Hindi film heroine when she first appeared on Indian television via the reality show ‘Bigg Boss’, but a chance meeting with producer Mahesh Bhatt bagged her a role in ‘Jism 2’ which eventually became her perfect launching pad.
Sunny Leone plays a character called Izna who is a porn star by profession; Ayan (Arunoday Singh) uses her to trap a dreaded assassin Kabir (Randeep Hooda).
The songs of the film have already become chartbusters and thus the film is expected to receive the initial eyeballs. Composer Arko Pravo Mukherjee throws some light on the music of the film, “Because ‘Jism 2’ is so high on sensuality, there is a sense of mystery and suspense, it was important to sound haunting. The whole idea was to showcase the desire for the body, so none of the songs has blasting tracks, it doesn’t look like typical Bollywood album.”
Arko Pravo Mukherjee, music composer of \'Jism 2\', feels that the film\'s music is high on sensuality.
But there was a plagiarism controversy around ‘Jism 2’ songs, “The controversy was about the song ‘Ye jism hai toh kya’, the opening of the song is similar to two-three songs, one is Turkish while the other is Iranian, but then my song goes completely into a new space. It was not a conscious decision, it happened due to the similar generic melody. If you travel all over the world, you’ll hear the same kind of songs in many countries.”
Not many composers have used Ali Azmat’s voice like you, “I am his fan, with ‘Maula’ he has done anything new but with ‘Ye jism’ he ventures into a completely new zone. I had a feeling that he will sound great. Randeep has this intensity, this mystery so Ali’s voice suits him perfectly.”
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Are you looking forward to 'Jism 2'?