A.R. Rahman, who has composed music for Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohenjo Daro, has also lent his voice to a romantic song for the upcoming epic adventure-romance film.
Titled Tum ho, it will be the first song to be released from the film, which stars Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde. The track will be released in the first week of July.
“This is my fifth collaboration with Rahman after my TV show ‘Everest’. It has been a rewarding experience as we both got the chance to enter an entirely different space and time,” Gowarikar, who has previously worked with Rahman in films like Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India, Swades and Jodhaa Akbar, said in a statement.
“We had to build a lot from imagination, and we did that after doing research and consulting the archaeologists about the possibilities and probabilities of this period, which does not get categorised as history, but as pre-history,” Gowariker said.
“I stayed within the findings from the excavations and the artefacts, while creating a make-believe world. And Rahman has helped shape that world beautifully, exotically and believably,” Gowariker added.
Mohenjo Daro is set to release on August 12.