Amyra Dastur wants Sonu Nigam to sing more singles

Mumbai, Nov 13 (IANS) “Mr.X” actress Amyra Dastur, who shot for a music video with singer Sonu Nigam, wants him to come up with more such singles.

“He is a great person and he is so much fun to work with. And I hope he makes more singles,” Amyra said about working with popular singer Sonu Nigam on ‘Aa Bhi Ja Tu Kahin Se’.

She added: “It was very good. He is one of the most humble people you’ll ever meet. He’s so kind I actually made him do a Dubsmash. I selected his song for it and he was actually standing behind me while doing it, so it’s on Instagram and other places.”

When asked if she would croon a few lines from the song, she said: “I promised Sonu sir, I would never do that because his song is so good and I can completely destroy it, so no.”

The video has already received a great response on digital mediums with 1.5 million views already generated in under a week. The video brings Sonu back with T-Series after numerous hit albums during the 90s and early 2000s and certain differences recently.

“It’s his first single after 14 years, with T-Series. It was exciting and we’re going to promote it now,” she said.

The song composed by Jeet Gannguli traces the love story of Sonu and Amyra against the backdrop of Amyra’s poor health condition.

“It’s basically a love story, it’s about love lost and hope. It’s as if the song was specifically made for Diwali, because it gives hope to people,” she added. The song has been directed by ‘Ra.One’ fame Anubhav Sinha.

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