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Now ‘Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Hue’ song to be recreated for ‘Fanney Khan’
The makers of ‘Fanney Khan’ are all set to treat the audience with a new version of Shammi Kapoor’s iconic song ‘Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Hue’. According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, the makers have already shot the song featuring Anil Kapoor.
The original song was crooned by the legendary singer Mohammad Rafi, whereas Sonu Nigam has lent his voice to the new version. The director also shared that the music and lyrics of the original have been retained and only a new voice has been used for it.
Sharing some more details about this song, director Atul Manjrekar told the tabloid, “AK(Anil Kapoor) sir’s character who is an orchestra singer considers Mohammad Rafi and Shammi Kapoor as his Gods and sings their songs. This one is his most favourite. You’ll also see him pull off some of Shammi saab’s iconic moves.”
The director further added, “We couldn’t use Rafi saab’s voice as AK Sir’s character sings in the film. At the same time, we wanted someone who would do justice to our tribute to the original. It was AK sir who suggested Sonu’s name and all of us instantly agreed because who better than him to do justice to this great song.”
So after ‘Halka Halka’ and ‘Mohabbat’ we are eagerly looking forward to this new rendition of ‘Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Hue’ song. Also featuring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Rajkummar Rao in a significant role, ‘Fanney Khan’ is all set to hit the silver screens on August 3.
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