Forthcoming film Kizie Aur Manny, which is being directed by debutante Mukesh Chabbra, will feature music album composed by A R Rahman. The film is an official adaptation of John Green’s bestselling novel “The Fault In Our Stars” and will be starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi.

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A R Rahman would be adding musical magic to the film with his compositions. Talking about the venture, the music director said, “I’m looking forward to working with the talented team at Fox Star Studios and Mukesh Chabbra on Kizie Aur Manny, which is a beautiful story. I have had the pleasure of working with Sony Music on many projects in the past and they have all been great experiences and I’m sure the team will do a great job in presenting the music to fans and music lovers worldwide.”

“Kizie Aur Manny is a captivating love story that will enthrall audiences in India. Music plays an integral part of the film and A R Rahman promises nothing less than a musical spectacle. We have together created massive hits in the past and are extremely delighted to be working with him again. We are delighted to be partnering with the Fox Star Studios team and we are sure to make this film a memorable one,” added Sanujeet Bhujabal, Marketing Director-Sony Music India.

On 9 July, Sushant took to his social media handles to reveal the first look and the title of the adaptation. It has got a unique title, Kizie Aur Manny. He captioned the poster as, “#KizieAurManny @sanjanasanghi96 An adaptation of The Fault in our Stars.”

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The Hollywood version of the film is an adaptation of the novel written by John Green and it is a heartbreaking story of two terminally ill patients who fall in love with each other.

Sanjana has been part of several films in cameo roles. In Rockstar, she played Nargis Fakhri’s sister and was seen as young Saba Qamar in Hindi Medium.