Jodaa is a period drama is set in the grandeur of a royal palace in Jaipur. ‘Jodaa’ is a story of love, disloyalty, tears, and strength, the cornerstones of every relationship. In this fictional story, Mouni will be seen playing a queen who is fighting to win her love back from another woman. But as the story unfolds, she will be seen coming out of it stronger that will stand as an inspiration to many women even in today’s day and age. It is an ode that celebrates women who love unconditionally, face hardships in life and still stand out to shine brighter and emerge stronger.
The song seems to beautifully articulate the age-old topic of disloyalty, soulfully sung by Afsana Khan who has been lauded for her bold hit – Titliaan in the recent past and is currently seen in television’s biggest reality show Big Boss 15.
Mouni Roy and Aly Goni are picturized in a never seen before, breathtaking avatar in this larger-than-life non film music video which is a treat for the audiences.
Mouni Roy said, “Jodaa is a song that represents strength of a woman above all devotion. When I first heard the song and the concept of the video, I knew that I had to do it. I feel it’s very important to give accreditation to empowering women and the story of the video brings that out very beautifully. I can’t wait for my fans and supporters to see this amazing music video directed by Jatinder Shahji. I’m excited about this great association with Aly Goni, Shah ji and Afsana khan and waiting for it to come out in the coming week.”JODAA – A tale of love, unfaithfulness, sacrifice and strength. Presented by Jatinder Shah in the voice of Afsana Khan starring Mouni Roy & Aly Goni in the music video
Jatinder Shah said, “Every relationship goes through multiple emotions and facets. With Jodaa we have made a sincere effort to capture the emotional journey of a woman who goes through many hardships and yet emerges stronger and with an inspirational story. I am elated to have Mouni, Aly, Afsana and Maninder as a part of this project and can’t wait to see the reactions of the audience and for them to embrace it.”