Gulzar’s unreleased film Libaas is good to go to hit the enormous screens this year, Zee Classic declared on Friday.

Gulzar’s exceptional commitment to cinema started in the year 1963 as a songwriter in Bimal Roy’s Bandini. He didn’t think back and worked with each conceivable name in the music industry. In a profession that ranges more than five decades, Gulzar continued rethinking himself, drawing profound respect even from the advanced generation. There can’t be a superior approach to respect an artist than to praise his artistry.

The film was purportedly kept down by its producer, Vikas Mohan after he had a tiff with the director of the film. Featuring Shabana Azmi and Naseeruddin Shah, the film has been screened just twice at International Film Festivals. Once in 1992 at International Film Festival in Bangalore and some other time at International Film Festival of India in Goa in 2014.

At the point when the film was made, individuals brought up issues about the shocking content. However, it was purportedly a tiff between the producer late Vikas Mohan and the director that prompted the deferral. The prominent trade analysts sons’ Amul and Anshul Mohan will release the film. It rotates around a director, Sudhir and his wife, Seema. They have a photo idealize life to finish everything except their relationship is cracked one.

Libaas depends on Gulzar’s short story Seema from the Raavi Paar gathering. The story spins around theatre director Sudhir (played by Naseeruddin Shah) and his actor wife Seema (depicted by Shabana Azmi). All accounts the photo of a flawless married life, however, appearances are frequently beguiling in this universe of the entertainment biz.

Shabana Azmi and Naseeruddin Shah showed up in two films previously Libaas; Sai Paranjpye’s Sparsh (1980) and Shekhar Kapoor’s Masoom (1983).

The film was produced by the late Vikas Mohan and now one of his last unfulfilled dreams will see the light of day as his sons Amul Vikas Mohan and Anshul Vikas Mohan connect with the Zee family.