Saanjh, Rishton Ki Saanjh to hit silver screen tomorrow

Crew members of Saanjh and Rishton Ki Saanjh interacting with media persons at Jammu on Wednesday. -Excelsior/Rakesh
Crew members of Saanjh and Rishton Ki Saanjh interacting with media persons at Jammu on Wednesday. -Excelsior/Rakesh

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Apr 12: For the first time, a film from Himachal Pradesh is going to be released in the cinemas across the country in Himachali language. Saanjh is being released in Himachali language and ‘Rishton Ki Saanjh” in Hindi on April 14, while premier of this film will be in Mumbai tomorrow. Saanj film is a Silent Hills Studio production being presented by PCU Private Limited and Shorya Entertainment Estalishmentz.
This was stated by Director-cum-Producer of the film Ajay Saklani while interacting with media persons here today. He was accompanied by Associate Producer Shivani Saklani and other crew members of the film.
Ajay Saklani informed there are total five songs in the film. Gourav Guleria from Dharamshala is the music director and background is given by Shishir Chauhan. Songs for the film are sung by famous Bollywood singer Mohit Chauhan, Pavithra Chari and Gaurav Guleria. Lyrics are written by Adarsh Dhirnan, Ajay Saklani and Shreya Shah.
At the time of music release, actors of this film Vishal Parpagga and Aditi Charak were also present. Digital partner of the film Hungama launched the music in presence of Anuj Bajpai and Rajesh Allahabadi from Hungama.
“Aditi Charak from Chamba will be seen in the lead role in this film with Vishal Parpagga from Mandi”, he said, adding that known faces of Bollywoood Asif Basra and Taranjit Kaur have played a key role in the film.
Saanjh film has been getting a lot of international attention before being seen on the big screen and has already won two international awards so far, Ajay said, adding that Saanjh was honoured with Best Feature Film in the Borrego Spring Film Festival in California.
The film focuses on the fading language, art and traditional lifestyle of Himachal, he informed. About 90 per cent of the film is shot in Kullu, Sainj, Mandi Hamirpur and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, he said, adding the some scenes have also been filmed in Chandigarh.