Happy Hardy and Heer: Himesh Reshammiya releases first track Heeriye from upcoming film on his 46th birthday
Himesh Reshammiya mentioned that the official trailer of Happy Hardy and Heer will be released next month
Himesh Reshammiya, who is known to be the super hit machine of India with 700 blockbuster songs to his credit released first song 'Heeriye' from his upcoming movie
Happy Hardy and Heer on the occasion of his birthday.
The romantic track 'Heeriye' is sung by Arijit Singh and Shreya Ghoshal and is the perfect gift to all the music lovers across the world.
Speaking about his upcoming project, Himesh said in a statement, "I’m very happy with the response the musical teaser of Happy Hardy and Heer and the response to my TV show which has rated so well. We will be focusing on releasing the songs of the film before the trailer is launched officially next month, so that the music of the film is a hit before the release of the film which is very rare these days. Each song from the movie is a beautiful melody for all music lovers universally and Happy Hardy and Heer is a film I’m very proud of. The look , music and the performances of each character have come out to be amazing, along with the fine work by the director Raka. I am thankful to my producers Deepshikha Deshmukh and Sabita Manakchand for always being so supportive and having full faith in this project."
On his collaboration with Arijit, Himesh told Indo-Asian News Service, "Having worked with Arijit in the past, I was very keen on waiting for the right opportunity to work with him again. While composing 'Heeriye' I had a vivid picture in my mind of how the song would sound in his voice. He is a powerhouse of talent and has done complete justice to the song."
Watch the song here
'Not our job, someone else's who's not doing it right': Jubin Nautiyal discusses celebs partaking in COVID relief work
Jubin Nautiyal, who celebrates his birthday today, spoke about the “bad political front” in Uttarakhand in connection to the COVID-19 crisis.
The Martin Garrix interview | 'Performing live is similar to football — the crowd, the energy, the adrenaline'
"It’s not a Garrix song with Bono doing the vocals and The Edge playing guitar. Everybody has contributed as much to the final song," Martin talks about collaborating with his childhood idols for 'We Are The People,' the anthem of UEFO EURO 2020.
Suroor 2021 is a follow-up to his first-ever which was Aap Kaa Surroor that released in 2006.