Taha Shah Badussha to Make South Screen Debut With ‘Kabzaa’

Bombay, June 6 (SocialNews.XYZ) Bollywood actor Taha Shah Badussha is set to make his southern cinema debut with director R. Chandru’s period film “Kabzaa” which will be made in seven languages ​​- Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Odiya and marathi.

Taha joined the cast of the film which includes Upendra, Kichcha Sudeep, Chandru, Kabir Singh, Prakash Rai, Kota Srinavasa Rao, Subba Raju, Samuthirakani and John Kokken.

The actor who had been part of Ekta Kapoor’s psycho thriller ‘Bekaboo 2’, ‘Aisa Waisa Pyar’ starring Adah Sharma and his music video ‘Aaj Sajeya’ alongside Alaya F which has over 75 million views. Taha was last seen dancing to the romantic Punjabi dance number “Ekk Vari” with actress Daisy Shah.

He says, “I’m thrilled to be a part of director R Chandru’s exemplary vision and storytelling and can’t wait for my family and audience to watch it on the big screen.”

“R Chandru is one of the best directors I have worked with and the whole team was very welcoming to me as a newcomer to the industry. This film is very special because my mother is a Kannadiga and I I spent a lot of time in Bijapur, which is my home, during my youthful years,” he adds.

‘Kabzaa’ has five songs composed by ace music composer Ravi Basrur who also composed the music for ‘KGF’.

Source: IANS

Taha Shah Badussha to Make South Screen Debut With 'Kabzaa'

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