FUKREY: Mika Singh lends his voice free for Farhan Akhtar

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Glamsham15 May 2013
FUKREY: Mika Singh lends his voice free for Farhan Akhtar

By Glamsham Editorial

Mika Singh has been known for a controversy here and there. However this time around the talented singer's generosity would be at display. Mika has sung a power packed number 'Beda Par' for Excel Entertainment's upcoming film, FUKREY.

This is the first time Mika will be working with the production house. He stuck an amazing rapport with Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar. So much so that, Mika waivered his charges for the duo.

All the technicalities and budgets had been locked before Mika came onboard. However when Mika met Ritesh and Farhan they immediately bonded over films and song tracks.

Ritesh explained the vibe of FUKREY to Mika and how this is the first time Excel Entertainment is going to the heartland of India. Hence they need a soundtrack which connects with the masses at a massive scale.

Mika promised to give them an upbeat song. Not only did Mika give them that song in fact he did it for free.

The lyrics of the song are written by the director himself, Mrigindeep Lamba and music is composed by Ram Sampath.

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