MUMBAI: Abhay Deol and Neha Dhupia, the lead pair of Ek Chalis Ki Last Local, released the music of the film on Tuesday.
Lead singer and guitarist Xulfi of the wellknown Pakistani band Call was also present on the occasion. The music has been brought out by HOM (House of Music) Records and Tapes Ltd.
Presented by Bharat Shah for Quartet Films, the film is written and directed by debutante Sanjay Khanduri. Says Sanjay, “Ek Chalis Ki Last Local is a comic thriller and a psychosomatic drama inspired from my own real life experiences and observations in Mumbai city. The story is based on how a guy working in a call centre misses his last local train at 1.40 am to Vikhroli (in suburban Mumbai). With a mere Rs 70 in his pocket, he manages to make Rs 25 million (Rs 2.5 crore) during the course of one night.”
The film’s music is an amalgamation of the efforts of three composers, Sandesh Shandilya, Pakistani Band Call and Ankur. The music credits also include ‘Tknow Francorsi’, ‘DJ Aqeel (Aqueel) and Sanjeev, and a remix by wellnown DJ Suketu.
HOM Records and Tapes’ repertoire of music spans genres from artiste-based albums, dance mixes, lounge, electronic music and world music to need-based albums with national and international content. The company has introduced Pakistani artistes like Jal, Shehzad Roy and Call-The Band.