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Akshay Kumar Sings A Romantic Song In ‘Special Chabbis’

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Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar who made his singing debut with a rap in his 2008 film ‘Singh Is Kinng’, has donned the singer’s hat once again for his upcoming film ‘Special Chabbis’.

In the film directed by Neeraj Pandey, Akshay has sung a romantic song called ‘Mujh Mein Tu’ and he is dedicating it to all the lovers on this Valentine Day.

About lending his voice for the song, Akshay says, “In ‘Singh is Kinng’, I just did a few lines with Snoop Dogg. But this is technically my singing debut.”

Checkout the song below.

The superstar further asserted that the actual credit of his singing goes to his director and music director who pursued him to sing the song.

“Frankly, you have to credit my director Neeraj and music composer MM Kreem for this song. Kreem sahab made me sit at the harmonium for six to seven hours and urged me to give it a try,” he tells.

In the end, Akshay agreed to lend his voice and is very happy with his decision. He informs, “Karim said, ‘Akshay do not bother about the sur and taal. You just sing with sincerity. I will do the rest.’ I blindly followed his advice and I would like to dedicate this song as a Valentine Day’s gift to all lovers.”

‘Special Chabbis’ is a heist drama based on the real life robbery. The film directed by Neeraj Pandey is scheduled to release on February 8.

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Posted by on January 18, 2013. Filed under Akshay Kumar, Bollywood Actors, Bollywood Movies, Bollywood Music. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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