Gold' brings up recreated Bengali version of 'Naino Ne Baandhi' titled 'Bolte Parini'


New Delhi, After impressing the audience with the soulful melody 'Naino Ne Baandhi', makers of 'Gold' have recreated the song in Bengali titled 'Bolte Parini'. In sync with the film wherein Akshay Kumar and Mouni Roy play a Bengali couple, the makers of 'Gold' have recreated the romantic track 'Naino Ne Baandhi' in Bengali titled 'Bolte Parini'. A sports drama with this heart touching melody gives a new layer to the movie altogether. With the soothing melodious track, 'Bolte Parini' is here to pave its way to the audience of different dialects. The leading couple of Excel Entertainment's 'Gold' launched the recreated track in Kolkata as Akshay and Mouni visited the city for the film's promotion. Akshay Kumar took to Twitter to announce the release of Bolte Parini. He tweeted, "When your eyes speak the language of love! #BolteParini, Naino Ne Baandhi Bengali version out now." Sung and composed by Arko, 'Bolte Parini' talks about the unseen love of a husband-wife. The song shows Akshay Kumar being his playful self as Tapan Das and the endearing side of his strict wife Mouni. 'Gold' traces the journey of a hockey manager who dreams to win the first gold at the Olympics as a free country. The film has been shot in different parts of UK and India, by showing various facets and struggle in the domain of sports during the pre-independence era. Produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar, helmed by Reema Kagti, 'Gold' is all set to release on August 15.