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Suresh Raina turns Bollywood singer for Meeruthiya Gangsters

Cricketer Suresh Raina is all set to make his Bollywood debut with actor-writer Zeishan Quadri's first directorial venture Meeruthiya Gangsters. Raina will go to Mumbai to record the song Tu Mili Sab Mila for the filmn that hits theatres on September 18.

bollywood Updated: Sep 07, 2015 13:54 IST
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Cricketer Suresh Raina is all set to make his Bollywood debut with actor-writer Zeishan Quadri's first directorial venture Meeruthiya Gangsters. Raina will go to Mumbai to record the song Tu Mili Sab Mila.

"Yes I will be in Mumbai to record the song. I love old Hindi songs and immediately came on board for this melodious track of Meeruthiya Gangsters and we will be improvising on the music as I am doing this for the first time," Raina, who has been a good friend of the Revolver Rani actor, said in a statement.

Zeishan, who co-wrote the script of Gangs of Wasseypur besides starring in Aurag Kashyap movie, encouraged Raina to lend his voice for the film. The actor-writer-turned director wanted to provide a public domain to the cricketer's voice. "I was looking forward to an opportunity where I could involve him and am very excited that he will be singing for my film. I'm happy that he has agreed to do this and I am grateful to him as he has removed time for it from his busy schedule."

Meeruthiyan Gangsters hits theatres along with Kangana Ranaut-starrer Katti Batti on September 18.