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    The new IT onscreen-couple of Netflix’s ‘Murder Mubarak’ are setting screens on fire with their chemistry

    *Mumbai, 14th March, 2024*: Netflix’s Murder Mubarak, directed by Homi Adajania and produced by Dinesh Vijan of Maddock Films released a song recently called Yaad Aave that showcases the chemistry between Sara and Vijay. The pair seem to be unrequited lovers who are working their way through love and longing in the song. His short hair and clean shaven look along with Sara’s doe eyes and charm seem to be hooking audiences each time they watch the song. Users online are sharing their feelings on this new couple’s chemistry:

    *Recollecting her experience, Sara Ali Khan says*, “Working with Vijay was an absolute privilege. He’s such an effortless actor- and brings so much spontaneity to every scene. It wasn’t difficult to have chemistry with him because of the ease that Homi sir created on set. Everyone was relaxed, professional and totally in the scene. The chemistry that people are appreciating is just us trying to do justice to what Bambi and Akash felt for each other. And as soon as we heard action we went from being Vijay and Sara to Bambi and Akash.”

    *Adding to this, Vijay Varma said*, “On paper it is a simmering romance..the unspoken unsaid undercurrent type.. but on set, Sara and I were the opposite of it.. always cracking jokes and goofing around with each other, so I never imagined that the two of us could actually have a sizzling chemistry. But during one intense passionate scene, when I least expected it, Sara was so deeply into her character, she pulled me in as well and we gave a hot take! I realised only when two actors share a comfortable bond and let go of their inhibitions can they create passion and chemistry. We’re both super excited that now everyone’s talking about it now. We finished the hot scene and went back to goofing around and leg pulling immediately!”

    Talking about his experience working with Sara Ali Khan and Vijay Varma, director
    Homi Adajania said, “Once Sara and Vijay inhabited their characters, they realised that they had such an intense backstory that their chemistry would be inevitable. They play childhood sweethearts who are grappling with an unrequited love story – it’s fractured and full of longing and regret. Oftentimes the anticipation of making or even professing love is sexier than the act itself and this very state of anticipation is what the characters constantly find themselves in.”

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