Jubin Nautiyal to sing 3 songs in Hrithik’s ‘Kaabil’

Jubin Nautiyal to sing 3 songs in Hrithik’s ‘Kaabil’

Mumbai, July 24 (IANS) Singer Jubin Nautiyal says that he has sung three songs in actor Hrithik Roshan’s 2017 release “Kaabil”, and will maybe even sing all the songs in the album.

“I saw Hrithik dance in ‘Ek Pal Ka Jeena’, since that time I have been a very big fan of his. And his next film is ‘Kaabil’ and I have sung three songs in that and efforts are on for more than that. And if it works, perhaps I’ll sing the whole album,” Nautiyal said at the launch of the FM radio channel Redtro.

“Kaabil”, directed by Sanjay Gupta, stars Yami Gautam opposite Hrithik. The film, produced by Rakesh Roshan, has music by Rajesh Roshan. The film is releasing on January 26, 2017 and had made news for its reported clash with Shah Rukh Khan’s “Raees”.

Jubin has songs in upcoming releases “Raaz Reboot” and “Rustom”.

“I feel great that I am getting to work with names from Bollywood, who used to be there on my playlist. I’m getting to sing for big stars like Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and most importantly I am getting the opportunity to work with good composers, Arko dada (Pravo Mukherjee), Sachin-Jigar, Amit Trivedi. Jeet dada (Gannguli), Pritam dada.

“My latest release is ‘Rustom’ with Jeet dada ‘Dhal Jaun Main’ and the title track of ‘Raaz’ (Reboot) is also going on in my voice, so things are looking good. I am very lucky that I am able to sing good songs and that good songs are getting added to my name,” he added.

Jubin has sung songs in films such as “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”, “Fitoor”, “Jazbaa” among others.

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