Subhash Ghai turns music director for ‘36 Farmhouse’ which will premiere on ZEE5

Starring Sanjay Mishra, Vijay Raaz, Amol Parashar, Barkha Dutt, Flora Saini and Ashwini Kalsekar, among others, ‘36 Farmhouse’ highlights the disparity between the rich and the poor in a satirical way

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As part of its vision to collaborate with the country’s foremost storytellers, ZEE5 is set to premiere ’36 Farmhouse’ which marks veteran filmmaker, Subhash Ghai’s debut as a music composer and lyrics writer. ‘36 Farmhouse’ is directed by Ram Ramesh Sharma and produced by Mukta Searchlight Films and Zee Studios. The fans are quite excited to see the next wonder film of the man who has produced hit films like Khalnayak, Pardes and Taal, among others.

The makers unveiled the music on Zee TV’s hit reality show, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa in the presence of the man himself, Subhash Ghai. The first song, ‘Mohabat’ is a sweet and melodious, romantic song, sung by Sonu Nigam which will make you reminisce about the charming moments with your loved ones. Next one is a catchy tune ‘Mind Your Business’, sung by Hariharan. The song, which is picturised on Sanjay Mishra, is a quirky and an unconventional song which will make one hum along.

Subhash Ghai has created magic again with ’36 Farmhouse’ as the storyteller and the music director. Starring Sanjay Mishra, Vijay Raaz, Amol Parashar, Barkha Dutt, Flora Saini and Ashwini Kalsekar, among others, ‘36 Farmhouse’ highlights the disparity between the rich and the poor in a satirical way giving away the message that - Some steal for need and some steal for greed.


Speaking about the music, Subhash Ghai said, “We launched the music of ’36 Farmhouse’ on ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ show and the response we received from - my friends, Himesh, Vishal and Shankar, the contestants and the audience members – made me feel overwhelmed and is what keeps me going. I tell stories and write and compose songs for my passion but without the love from my fans, all the efforts would mean nothing. So, I am glad that even after all these years, the fans still want to see more from me. I hope that they love and appreciate my OTT debut too and I am looking forward to seeing these songs climb the charts soon".

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