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A review of Qala by Babil Khan and Tripti Dimri by Anushka Sharma follows her special cameo in the song “Ghode Pe Sawaar.”

A review of Qala by Babil Khan and Tripti Dimri by Anushka Sharma follows her special cameo in the song "Ghode Pe Sawaar."
Anushka Sharma appeared in a black-and-white montage as a 1940s performer lip-syncing the song "Ghode Pe Sawaar" in Babil-Tripti Dimri's film Qala. Look at this.

Anastasia Sharma evaluates Qala: Babil Khan, the son of Triptii Dimri and Irrfan Khan, is enjoying the popularity of his performance in the psychological drama “Qala” and is being praised widely for it. Anushka Sharma also added to the sentiment by posting a touching message for the freshly released movie on her Instagram Stories. The film, which also features Swastika Mukherjee, is produced by Karnesh Ssharma, the brother of Anushka. Anushka Sharma’s unique presence in one of the songs drew our notice, thus

Anushka appeared in the film in a black-and-white montage lip-syncing in the song “Ghode Pe Sawaar,” which was performed by Tripti Dimri’s Qala Manjushree.

Post by Anushka Sharma

Anushka Sharma penned a lengthy post of gratitude that said, “Heartbreaking longing for a mother’s love by a daughter. A work of art is Qala. Both heartbreaking and thrilling describe it. Heartbreaking for depicting emotional abuse by an emotionally unstable parent in a way that has never been done before by a film, thrilling because of the brilliance of each department that comes through in delivering this intricate story. Now available on @netflix in is @Qala.”

Anushka thanked and complimented the director. She penned, “UFF! @anvita dee Your storytelling is so authentic and unique, and you do it in a way that is poetic or artistic. The way you described this movie was superb!”

Anushka thanked and complimented the director. She penned, “UFF! @anvita dee Your storytelling is so authentic and unique, and you do it in a way that is poetic or artistic. The way you described this movie was superb!”

About Qala

Qala is the tale of a young playback singer of the same name that takes place in the late 1930s and early 1940s. The story of Qala’s sad history and how it ultimately causes her to fall apart at the height of her hard-won prosperity is the subject of the movie. Her bond with her mother, the pathology of her childhood, and the neurosis it produces, however, mark the start and conclusion of her spiral.

Anvitaa Dutt is in charge of directing the psychological drama. Babil Khan makes his acting debut in the movie.

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