Gully Boy Posters: Ranveer Singh-Alia Bhatt Are All Set To Make You Hear The Voice Of The Streets

On the first day of 2019, Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt shared the first look of Gully Boy on their social media accounts. The two are essaying real-life characters in the film

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Gully Boy Posters: Ranveer Singh-Alia Bhatt Are All Set To Make You Hear The Voice Of The Streets
After making a huge impact with Simmba, Ranveer Singh is now gearing up for his next film, Gully Boy, co-starring Alia Bhatt. On New Year’s Eve, the two shared a few posters of the project. One poster sees his back along with the film’s title, the second one has him facing the camera. The third poster has Ranveer and Alia sitting side by side listening to music while sharing headphones. Gully Boy is slated to hit theatres on February 14. Check the posters:

Talking about the film, Ranveer Singh had told Times Now, “Gully Boy is very dear to me. I strongly feel for these characters, these people are marginalized disenfranchised people from the lowest strata of the society who have a very tough existence. It’s a very difficult life. They find their expressions as artists.  They have started a music scene that is so unique. It is in Mumbaiya bhasha (dialect). These kids are 17 or 19 and they are writing social commentary about what’s fuck**d up in this system. They are making such strong observations, strong comments on the state of affairs. What I feel will bring a change is that now thousands of kids are listening to that. So I will do what I can do to give this musical talent a platform."

He added, “What was happening in Harlem and Brooklyn in the late 80’s and early 90’s is that there were these disenfranchised youth who had this tough life around them and they started writing poetry with social commentary embedded in it. And it became rap and hip-hop. That’s what’s happening here and now. It’s so exciting for me. It’s a story that I really want to tell along with Zoya. And you will be quite impressed hearing this film’s music.

Image Source: instagram/aliaabhatt
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