Music writer turned on-screen character Himesh Reshammiya is good to go to play two distinct characters in a single film just because. Titled Happy Hardy and Heer, the film will see Himesh assume the job of a NRI specialist Harshvardhan Bhatt (Hardy) from London and furthermore a Sardar from Punjab Harpreet Singh Lamba (Happy) who goes to Europe with his dearest Heer Randhawa played by Sonia Mann in this sentimental melodic Happy Hardy and Heer. Delivered by Deepshikha Deshmukh and Sabita Manakchand the movie is coordinated by choreographer turned chief Raka.
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“The music and the content of Happy Hardy and Heer is something which I’m extremely pleased with and we are exceptionally sure about the item since today it’s just the substance which can take you to the following level”, says Himesh when discussing the film. Further when inquired as to whether the title Happy Hardy and Heer was before titled Jatt Bhatt And Juliet and whether the film enlivened from the super hit Punjabi motion picture Jatt and Juliet he says, “My organization had obtained the redoing privileges of Jatt and Juliet and now the rights are with Salman bhai as his organization should adjust it, Jatt Bhat And Juliett is totally not quite the same as the Punjabi motion picture Jatt And Juliett, in regards to Jatt Bhat And Juliet, this title was the working title for Happy Hardy And Heer and now the last title has been bolted. Other than the content of Happy Hardy and Heer is a totally crisp content and is a triangle romantic tale set in the lighthearted comedy type”, claims Himesh.
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Evidently, Happy Hardy and Heer is more on the lines of movies like Tanu Weds Manu and Love Aaj Kal with excellent visuals shot in Europe and Punjab. “For the character of the Gujrati fellow Hardy Bhatt and Sardar Happy Singh I have completed a ton of workshops and am extremely content with the manner in which the film has gotten down to business. The movie has been coordinated by choreographer turned chief Raka who has worked superbly. I had seen him guiding some generally excellent story forward melodies of Shubh Mangal Saavadhan and we got him on board to coordinate this film which has exchanges by Bunty Rathore.