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Kashyap and Anusmriti of ‘One Day Justice Delivered’ deliver justice to their characters Shamim and Shagufta

‘Khuda ka Noor’ promulgates the vibrant chemistry between Kashyap Barbhaya and Anusmriti Sarkar which is a part of the movie One Day Justice Delivered. This is a crime thriller set in one of the state capitals which helps us restore our faith in the Indian judicial system and its decisions. A movie which ensures that a powerful message is delivered to the masses coupled with critics rubbing their hands with glee at the end of it, stars Anupam Kher, Esha Gupta, Kumud Mishra, Kashyap Barbhaya and Anusmriti Sarkar in staunch and eye-catching roles.

Throwing some light on the new talent in the film, Kashyap Barbhaya and Anusmriti Sarkar do not disappoint at all. Their pairing seems fresh and has appealed greatly with the audience.
It is said that, ‘If you have it in you, you have it in you to make it big.’ Kashyap Barbhaya, this effervescent youngster stepped into Bollywood with Love U Family and Sallu Ki Shaadi in 2017. A suave, young gentleman coupled with propitious acting skills, Kashyap has pleasantly surprised everyone watching his work. He essays the role of Shamim who is pivotal in shaping the movie in a particular direction.

After having made an impressionable mark in the Telugu industry, Anusmriti Sarkar has shifted her gears towards Bollywood. She is playing a Muslim girl called Shagufta in One Day Justice Delivered, who is very confident and very clear about how she wishes her life to take shape. Anusmriti is filling her kitty by accepting diverse roles in her next which happens to be a rom-com with Krushna Abhishek.

Kashyap and Anusmriti are playing a newly-wed couple who are heading to Ranchi for their honeymoon. The turn of events is orchestrated in such a way that a particular incident changes their lives and the events that take place sequentially. Both of them dazzle in this song which has been sung by Sunidhi Chauhan and Vikrant Parijat. It beautifully showcases the love between the lovebirds and strengthens their acting. Both of them were highly appreciated for the efforts they took on the song and while preparing for the film. Sunidhi adds another melodious song to her panoply of songs, which is ancillary to the chemistry shared between Kashyap and Anusmriti.

We are looking forward to the blooming of these two buds which have been freshly planted in Bollywood.

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