Zeenat Aman, Raj Babbar Back Together in Dil to Deewana Hai

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Mumbai, Mar 6: Zeenat Aman and Raj Babbar are back again, for the first time after Insaaf Ka Tarazu. They will be seen together in Dil to Diwana Hai, a D.S Productions film that is being directed by none other than Raja Bundela.

Speaking on her role Zeenat Aman said, "When Raja Bundela approached me for this role I just thought that it would certainly be interesting to work with Raj Babbar again." It would be worth mentioning Raj Babbar played a rapist in the movie Insaaf ka Tarazu and the chemistry with Zeenat Aman was a mega success on the screen. Zeenat plays mother to Hyder Ali, Aamir Khan's brother and Raj Babbar plays father to Sadaa, who makes her debut in Hindi Film Industry with this movie. Sadaa has earlier worked in Tamil and Telugu films among the top league stars there.

Dil to Diwana Hai explores the changing mentality of the new generation, their attitude towards family values, traditions and the requirements of a bridge that can hold them between ethics and modern culture. Dil to Diwana Hai is all set to rollout in May 2008.

Alok Nath, Sushmita Mukherji, Aroon Bakshi, Hemant Pandey, Shabnam Kapoor, Meenu Bharadwaj, Sweta Girea, Mohsin Khan, and Gaurav Ghai are in lead cast. Anand Raj Anand has contributed the music for the movie. Rajesh Joshi has done the cinematography. Vikram Sood wrote the dialogues and Jayant Deshmukh has done the art direction.


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