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Mika hands Vivek the mic

bollywood Updated: Sep 19, 2012 14:48 IST
Prashant Singh
Prashant Singh
Hindustan Times
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After the success of the song Aey Ganpat from Shootout at Lokhadwala (2007), Vivek Oberoi and singer Mika Singh have teamed up again. This time, it’s for the song, Don’t Fuff My Mind, It’s Dilli’, in Vivek’s upcoming film, Kismat Love Paisa Dilli (KLPD). However, news is that Vivek has turned singer and will be singing a few lines in the title track of KLPD sung by Mika.


Vivek says, “When we were working on the song, he asked me to sing a few lines.



He told me, ‘Since I am acting in your film (he appears in the song), it’s your turn to step into my shoes.’ Mika is like my


brother so I couldn’t refuse him. I don’t know how well the song has turned out, but recording it was a great expereience.”



Although the song is yet to be released officially, it is heard that, besides the obviously distorted expletive, the song has other sexually implicit lyrics such as ‘Ye shahar nahi hai ghantaghar hai’. Although Vivek and the makers of the film are unwilling to speak about the song, an insider says, “We aren’t trying to do another ‘Bhaag DK Bose’ from Delhi Belly (2011), but the idea is to stay true to the essence of the film. When you see the film, you will realise that the song isn’t out of place at all.”