Suresh Raina launches ‘Meeruthiya Gangsters’ music

Mumbai (IANS) Cricketer Suresh Raina, who has sung a song in upcoming crime-comedy “Meeruthiya Gangsters”, unveiled the film’s music on Monday.

“I would like to congratulate all who all worked so hard for the film. I’m also from Uttar Pradesh and my wife is from Meerut. So when we were discussing the trailer of the film, we said how unique the film was,” Raina said at the music launch.

“I appreciate all these artistes in the film as all are from small towns and are entertaining the audiences and making them laugh with their brilliant comic skills,” he said.

Raina sang a couple of lines from his romantic track “Tu Mili Sab Mila”, composed by Siddhant Madhav.

“I would like to give all credit to Siddhant who worked tirelessly on the song. I didn’t have to do a lot and didn’t have to sing like a professional singer since Siddhant managed everything really well by helping me out,” he said.

Raina earlier said he always had an inclination towards music as his elder brother Naresh is a well-known singer of religious songs.

He said he would do ‘riyaaz’ (practise) with his brother and he was learning to play the saxophone.

For Raina, it was his bond with producer Shoeb Ahmad which prompted him to ask Ahmed whether he can sing for the film.

“When seniors ragged us in boarding school, my singing helped me get out of the situation,” Raina quipped.

“Meeruthiya Gangsters”, directed by Zeishan Quadri, stars Jaideep Ahlawat, Sanjay Mishra, Nushrat Bharucha, Aakash Dahiya, and Mukul Dev among others. It is set to hit the theatres on September 18.

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