Karan Johar turns singer, croons a number composed by Shekhar Ravijiani for reality show
Shekhar Ravijiani has sung and composed for multiple songs in Karan Johar's movies. The tables turned this time.
Mumbai: Filmmaker-actor Karan Johar has tried his hand at singing and says crooning a number for composer Shekhar Ravjiani was an honour for him.
Ravjiani, who has also crooned numbers like 'Tujhe Bhula Diya', 'Zehnaseeb' and 'Radha', shared a photograph of Karan alongside a microphone. He says the filmmaker crooned a number for the reality show Dil Hai Hindustani, where Karan, Ravjiani, rapper Badshah and singer Shalmali Kholgade are seen as judges.
"Karan Johar records a song for me. Yet another role. Dil Hai Hindustani," Ravjiani captioned the image.
— Shekhar Ravjiani (@ShekharRavjiani) March 23, 2017
Karan, also a chat show host, thanked the composer. "Thank you Shekhar sir! Singing for you was an honour...I hope this leads to a long innings as a playback singer...for me! Dream comes true," Karan said.
Thank you Shekhar sir! Singing for you was an honour...I hope this leads to a long innings as a playback singer ....for me! #dreamcometrue https://t.co/c1v47ug6j6 — Karan Johar (@karanjohar) March 23, 2017
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