Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam to sing for Bollywood’s upcoming film ‘Namaste England’
Two big names of Pakistani Music industry Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam are reported to be joining in for soundtrack of upcoming Bollywood film “Namaste England”. Film is directed by Vipul Shah.
According to media reports Rahat has sung a new track which is going to be picturized on Arjun Kapoor, who is playing lead role in the film opposite to another young shot of Bollywood Parineeti Chopra, titled Tu Meri Main Tera. The song is reported to be currently being recorded in Dubai. Which is penned by none other than Javed Akhtar known best for his urdu poetry, the track promises to be yet another masterpiece as Rahat’s previous hit Main Jahaan Rahoon from Namastay London.
Another romantic song for the same movie sung by another Pakistani super singer Atif Aslam will be part of the same film, which is reported to be shot on the film’s leads during its London shoot schedule.
Music composer Mannan Shaah, has spoken about the music composed for this upcoming film and his experience working along music maestro Rahat Fateh Ali and young sensation Atif Aslam.
“It’s sheer pleasure to have recorded “Tu Meri Main Tera” with Rahat sahab, I’ve always been a big fan of his voice”, told Mannan while talking to media in Dubai. He further added that “Main Jahan Rahoon” will always be iconic which is why the makers wanted to experiment with something different this time around. “We have tried a unique style which Rahat sahab has also explored for the first time. He was excited about singing something so new and fresh”, told the music composer.
Talking about the Atif Aslam song, Shaah added, “Atif was always my first choice for “Tere Liye”. I adore his voice and he’s sung a quintessential romantic song. Javed sahab has written a wonderful song and it’s one of his personal favorites too,” Mannan told the media.
It’s been a while since Pakistani artists were put on ban to work in Indian entertainment industry, but it seems the industry certainly needs talent from here across the border because it is so undeniably good!