Priyanka’ Ventilator leaves all breathless

Everyone is talking about Priyanka Chopra’s production, which will be her way of giving back to the city which gave her, her name and fame to being with. Yes, we are talking about Priyanka Chopra’s production house Purple Pebble Pictures debut Marathi movie, ‘Ventilator’. The film is currently in its post-production stage.

Produced by Madhu Chopra and directed by Rajesh Mapuskar, the first song from the movie, ‘Ya Re Ya Saare Ya’ was officially launched by the global icon herself on August 31 on Chopra’s Twitter account. ‘Ventilator’ is a family entertainer featuring a sterling ensemble cast that includes veteran Marathi film and theatre actors.

Interestingly, the high-energy dance number celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi festival as the family welcomes the arrival of Lord Ganesh.

Priyanka tweeted, “This season of Ganesh Chaturthi, so proud to launch two Ganpati Songs from our Marathi Film #ventilator”.

Director Rajesh Mapuskar says, “Back home in my village Shriwardhan, I’ve always heard my father and uncles singing Ya Re Ya during Ganpati celebration. It was like a wakeup call for all Bhajan mandalas to worship Lord Ganesh. My uncle wrote the lyrics and composed basic tune of mukhadas but our music director Rohan Gokhle and Rohan Pradhan took this to another level. It evokes my childhood nostalgia. I am sure it will take listeners too to a ride of deep devotion and thumping rhythm.”

Needless to say that Ventilator has taken the social media by storm. It is the only thing that everyone is talking about. “There is something about Priyanka Chopra, that leaves everyone breathless. Ventilator is a burst of light into her illustrious career. There is clearly no stopping this rolling stone, diva! To think she has also sung a song in this film only tells you there is nothing that Ms. Chopra cannot do!” expressed our source.

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