Shefali Jariwala Mika Singh Honthon Pe Bas
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‘Bigg Boss 13’ contestant Shefali Jariwala and Mika Singh came out with a video song ‘Honthon Pe Bas’ that is the recreated version of the song with the same name from the film ‘Yeh Dillagi’. We had a conversation with Shefali where she said that she decided not to do videos but as Mika is her good friend, she couldn’t say no to him as the song was specially made and customised for her.

In the song, we see sizzling chemistry between Mika and Shefali. She said, “Mika and I have been friends for over 10 years. We have always wanted to do something together. But we were busy in our own lives. When I came out of the ‘Bigg Boss’ house, he congratulated me and said ‘kuch karte hain’. Then lockdown happened and we had a lot of time. It was his idea and I was like ‘wow’ and told him ‘let’s do it’. Then we thought that there is a lockdown, how will we shoot. But we all love challenges. With the crew of six people, we shot the song because we had to keep the government guidelines in mind for everybody’s safety. We were not sure whether we will be able to execute it or not because the concept was very different from the original song. We gave a lot of time to pre-production, we shot in Mika’s house. It was a very pleasant experience working with him and because of that, there was a comfort level.”


She added, “The edit was really good and Mika decided to re-work on the audio and he remastered it. He almost took three months for the final product to come out and we were so happy because we were involved in even in small things. Our team was excellent and because of that the execution was correct and the song came out really good.”

Shefali further said, “It is always a challenge to recreate an old song but Mika is such a great composer that he kept the soul of the song alive but remade it in today’s tune. That’s why we chose such concept of the video so that the youth can resonate with it.”

You can watch the song here.

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