Glitterati of tinsel town Mumbai poured at music launch of Subhan Aziz’s film BAS EK TAMANNA

When you make a film with conviction, the entire globe conspires to make your dream come true. The same holds true for Subhan Aziz whose film BAS EK TAMANNA saw a music launch and the glitterati of tinsel town.

Hosted by Subhan Aziz and Nasreen along with Narendra Singh of Filmy box, the launch saw composer Omkar, singers Javed Ali, Mudasir Ali, Prashant Samadhar, actors Sameer Aftab, Rituparna Sengupta, Gauri Karnik, Richa Sony, Abhinav Gautam, Aparajita Ray, Bharat Kapoor, Rajesh Modi, Vrajesh Hirjee, Vishwajeet and Sonalika Pradhan, Nimai Bali and Sahila Chadda, Pritobash, Aditya Singh Rajput, Pawan Shankar, Ashwini Chopra, Jawahar lal,  director Rahul Kapoor,  Rajib-Mona, directors Rajeev Ruia, Arshad Siddiqui, Anil Agarwal, Dilip Dhanwani, Dinesh among others. One saw a glimpse of Yash Chopra at Sun N Sand, making the evening worthwhile.

Richa Sony looking stunning in blue, Javed Ali in black and sufi singer Mudasir Ali sporting a new haircut and looking macho in pink were the first to arrive. They were very warmly received by hosts Subhan Aziz and Narendra Singh.

Sameer Aftab reached immediately after followed by Gauri Karnik. Director Rahul Kapoor along with dad veteran actor Bharat Kapoor came soon after. The celebs poured in after that one by one making the evening worthwhile. Javed Ali, Omkar, Mudasir Ali and Prashant Samadar set the stage on fire.

Said Subhan Aziz, “All I wanted as to make a heart-warming story and say it on film. I am so happy so many people stood by me through this film and made the journey worthwhile.” Aziz has earlier dabbled in south and has made a hit click with sueprstar Mamooty.

Here is looking forward to this film lighting up the screens this Eid. As Vrajesh Hirjee put it humourously, “Salman bhai ko takkar dene ki jurrat har koi nai karta hai baap.” But Subhan would rather Salman watch his film and have a few good words to say about it as well as it is  his Eid offering. “I am sure Salman will also love my film,” says the confident man.