Verna's latest song, 'Khushi Ki Baat' echoes heartbreak and betrayal

Published: October 28, 2017
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Mahira Khan and Haroon Shahid’s upcoming venture, Verna, promises to be an emotional roller coaster!

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While the trailer revealed quite a few diverse avatars of the Raees star, the latest song of the movie, Khushi Ki Baat portrays Mahira experiencing a state of betrayal and heartbreak.

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The song, sung by Coke Studio famed Zeb Bangash and Richie Robinson, is beautifully composed and will transport you to all kinds of emotional rides.

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Mahira’s stellar acting prowess is evident through her expressions that exude pain and despair – and she really seems to be acing her role of a battered woman all set for making things right – by hook or by crook.

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However, Haroon is not far behind. The singer-turned-actor seems to be doing exceptionally well as he portrays the heartbroken husband.

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The track-list of the movie is finally out and it includes Zain-ul-Abideen’s Ashko and Xpolymer Dar sung the title track of the movie Power Di Game.

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The romantic track sung by Haroon Shahid and Zeb Bangash, Sambhal Sambhal is absolutely beautiful. The list also includes songs  Zinda and Lafzon Mein Kharabi Thi.

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Shoaib Mansoor penned down the lyrics of all the songs except for Zinda which has been sung, composed and written by Soch Band.

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Tackling social issues and an unjust system, Verna is slated to release on November 17 this year.

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