Daddy Song Eid Mubarak Out: Arjun Rampal Shows Arun Gawli's Sensitive Side

After releasing the trailer of Daddy a couple of weeks back, the makers of the film have dropped its first song and it depicts Arjun Gawli in a more humane way
Arjun Rampal once again steps into the limelight with his much-hyped project Daddy, the biopic of Mumbai gangster-turned-politician Arun Gawli. The makers have released the first song of the film on the special occasion of Eid. Check it out:



Titled Eid Mubarak, the song shows Arun Gawli’s soft side, and how he was a kind-hearted gentleman when around family and friends. The song has been sung by Shabab Sabri and Tanvir Hussain, composed by Sajid Wajid and penned Danish Sabri.

Coming to the Arun Gawli biopic, Arjun very convincingly steps into the character with long tresses, a beard and an intense look. One can easily make out from this song that Arjun’s character is going to be gritty, gruesome and full of dark undertones. As the trailer of the film suggested, Daddy is going to be narrated in the span of four decades and in multiple perspectives.



Apart from Arjun, the film also features Aishwarya Rajesh, who is making her debut in B-Town with this film. Daddy, a political crime drama is co-written and directed by Ashim Ahluwalia. The makers describe the movie as: "The story is about Gawli, a man who scripted his own destiny, eventually going on to become one of India's most feared mobsters. Now, he remains an enigmatic figure; at once a volatile, power-hungry gangster for some and the venerated Daddy or a modern day Robin Hood for the working-class neighbourhood he belongs to." Daddy follows Gawli as he attempts to enter politics and is pitted against a resentful, frustrated cop with a secret history with the mob.


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