• 'Jee Len De' displays John and Mouni's sizzling chemistry

    20th March 2019

    John Abraham starrer 'RAW (Romeo Akbar Walter)' has gotten audiences interested with its edgy, gripping trailer. The makers of the film have released the third song from the film, 'Jee Len De', today. The song highlights the crackling chemistry between John and Mouni Roy and their growing intimacy in this espionage thriller.

    Sung by Mohit Chauhan, the number is composed by Raaj Aashoo and written by Murali Agarwal and Shabbir Ahmed. 

    This slow soothing number explains relationship between the onscreen pair of John and Mouni which is tender and complex at the same time. Playing hide-and-seek with the society the duo steals some lone time to be in eachother's company. 
     
    Sharing the song John Tweeted: "When you have to leave everything including your family, your identity and your love behind! Presenting #JeeLenDe from 'Romeo. Akbar. Walter' releasing on 5th April 2019! #RAW" 

    Speaking about the relationship she shares with John, Mouni says, "John has such an easy vibe. He's a simple person and you don't feel that you're around an A-list hero. Each time he said on set, 'Yaar, I'm like any other person', we would all turn around and give him that did you-just-say-that look! He's down to earth and he made me comfortable. He respected my experience as an actor."

    Director Robbie Grewal says, "Jee Len De plays in the background at a most crucial point in the film. Both characters, played by Mouni and John, are dealing with crisis that challenges them. Tackling this also brings them closer to each other." 

    Click here for the song. 

    Written and directed by Robbie Grewal, 'RAW' is an espionage thriller, set in the dynamic period of 1971. The film stars John Abraham, Mouni Roy, Jackie Shroff, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi and Raghubir Yadav. 'RAW (Romeo Akbar Walter) is produced by Viacom18 Motion Pictures, Dheeraj Wadhawan, Ajay Kapoor, Vanessa Walia, and Gary Grewal. Releases 5th April, 2019.

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