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Shammi Kapoor's 'Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Hue' recreated for Fanney Khan


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The makers of Fanney Khan are all set to treat the audience with a recreated version of Shammi Kapoor's iconic song 'Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Hue' and the makers have already shot the song featuring Anil Kapoor.

"Anil Kapoor sir's character, who 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," informs Atul Manjrekar. He also said that they have not only recreated the song but have also given it a new voice, retaining the original lyrics and music.

Born and brought up in Mumbai, as a child Atul Manjrekar had seen a lot of orchestras, many of them with a junior Mohammad Rafi or Kishore Kumar, who besides singing would also perform on a number sung by the originals. "These orchestra experiences have stayed with me and made their way into the script," he exclaimed.

Atul added that they couldn't use Rafi saab's voice as Anil Kapoor's character sings in the film. At the same time, they wanted someone who would do justice to our tribute to the original. It was Anil Kapoor sir who suggested Sonu's (Nigam) name and all of us instantly agreed because who better than him to do justice to this great song," adds the director.

Anil was extremely excited to be a part of the song as his filmmaker-father, Surinder Kapoor, had worked with Shammi Kapoor. He would also visit the actor's house, and spend a lot of time with him. "In fact, as a child he even sang and danced to this particular song and his eyes lit up when I had discussed the idea with him," Atul signs off with a laugh.

So after Mohabbat and Halka Halka, the audience will be treated with yet another musical treat with Badan Pe Sitare. The film is all set to release on 3rd August 2018.

Also Read: Anil Kapoor Takes Trumpet Lessons For Fanney Khan

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via bollywood https://ift.tt/2Lm3YCQ

The makers of Fanney Khan are all set to treat the audience with a recreated version of Shammi Kapoor's iconic song 'Badan Pe Sitare Lapete Hue' and the makers have already shot the song featuring Anil Kapoor.

"Anil Kapoor sir's character, who 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," informs Atul Manjrekar. He also said that they have not only recreated the song but have also given it a new voice, retaining the original lyrics and music.

Born and brought up in Mumbai, as a child Atul Manjrekar had seen a lot of orchestras, many of them with a junior Mohammad Rafi or Kishore Kumar, who besides singing would also perform on a number sung by the originals. "These orchestra experiences have stayed with me and made their way into the script," he exclaimed.

Atul added that they couldn't use Rafi saab's voice as Anil Kapoor's character sings in the film. At the same time, they wanted someone who would do justice to our tribute to the original. It was Anil Kapoor sir who suggested Sonu's (Nigam) name and all of us instantly agreed because who better than him to do justice to this great song," adds the director.

Anil was extremely excited to be a part of the song as his filmmaker-father, Surinder Kapoor, had worked with Shammi Kapoor. He would also visit the actor's house, and spend a lot of time with him. "In fact, as a child he even sang and danced to this particular song and his eyes lit up when I had discussed the idea with him," Atul signs off with a laugh.

So after Mohabbat and Halka Halka, the audience will be treated with yet another musical treat with Badan Pe Sitare. The film is all set to release on 3rd August 2018.

Also Read: Anil Kapoor Takes Trumpet Lessons For Fanney Khan

Catch up on all the latest entertainment news and gossip here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates


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