Armaan Malik says it is a 'dream come true' to sing for AR Rahman in Rajinikanth's 2.0
Armaan Malik has rendered 'Mechanical Sundariye,' a song that depicts love between two robots, in Rajinikanth's 2.0.
Mumbai: Singer Armaan Malik is ecstatic for his 'dream come true' moment as he recorded his first song with Academy Award-winning music director AR Rahman for the film 2.0.
Malik has sung the track 'Mechanical Sundariye', which "talks about the unusual love between two robots".
On Saturday, Malik posted an image of himself with the Oscar winner on his Instagram account with the caption, "Finally a dream come true for me. I sang my first song for AR Rahman sir and that too for the movie 2.0 starring superstars Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson and directed by legend Shankar. Couldn't have imagined this day would come so soon and in this manner. I kept this song a surprise for all my fans because I know how excited they would be when they would hear about it at the right time.
"Does anyone remember my trip to Chennai for recordings? Well this is the recording I went for. It's definitely a proud moment for my parents," he added.
With inputs from IANS.
Finally A Dream Come True for me. I sang my first song for @arrahman sir and that too for the movie #2Point0 starring Superstars Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, @iamamyjackson & Directed by legend Shankar. Couldn’t have imagined this day would come so soon and in this manner. I kept this song a surprise for all my #Armaanians because I know how excited they would be when they would hear about it at the right time. Does anyone remember my trip to Chennai for recordings? Well this is the recording I went for. It’s definitely a proud moment for my parents Now without me getting too emotional and blabbering more I would love for you guys to enjoy this peppy love song #MechanicalSundariye which talks about the unusual love between two Robots ❤️✌ (Link In Bio)
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