102 Not Out: Amitabh Bachchan composes, lends his voice to song titled Badumba
Amitabh Bachchan has composed and sang a song called Badumba for his upcoming film, 102 Not Out, opposite Rishi Kapoor
Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has lent his voice for a song titled 'Badumba' for his upcoming film 102 Not Out.
"Sung a song and composed it for 102 Not Out. Rehearsals on with the great Ganesh... its 'BAADDUUUMBAAAA'! Trust me," Bachchan tweeted on Wednesday.
T 2622 - Sung a song and composed it for '102 not out' .. rehearsals on with the great Ganesh .. shoots on in a few .. its BAADDUUUMBAAAA !! TRUST ME .. pic.twitter.com/dPdBG9RPzQ
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) February 21, 2018
Bachcham, 75, also wrote on his blog about the song.
"One could sit inside the portals of a studio for hours just jamming and having the time of your life. Those moments are special and precious. But with that comes the fear of the shooting of it and the apprehensions of its performing. Never a dull moment in our lives!" he wrote on the blog.
The film also stars veteran actor Rishi Kapoor.
Bachchan's character will be seen as a 102-year-old father to the 75-year-old character of Kapoor in the film, directed by Umesh Shukla.
Billed as a most unusual father-and-son love story, the film is based on playwright Saumya Joshi's well-known Gujarati play by the same name.
The film will release on 4 May.
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