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Rani's spot boy turns singer

Rani Mukerji's spot boy, P Amose, recently came to the rescue of Aiyyaa's makers. A few weeks ago, the actor was brainstorming with music director Amit Trivedi, lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya and director Sachin Kundalkar.

chandigarh Updated: Sep 14, 2012 11:06 IST
Dibyojyoti Baksi

Rani Mukerji's spot boy, P Amose, recently came to the rescue of Aiyyaa's makers. A few weeks ago, the actor was brainstorming with music director Amit Trivedi, lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya and director Sachin Kundalkar.


They were trying to come up with a phrase that would best fit the lyrics of the song, 'Dreamum wakepam', the video of which has been given the feel of a Tamil film.

"We were jamming at the studio trying to figure out a catchphrase we could use in the song 'Dreamum'. That's when Amit and Amitabh remembered that Amose is from Tamil Nadu," says Rani. Soon, Amose was made to join the discussion. "Finally, he came up with 'unne, rande, mune, nale', which means one two three four," says Rani. His contribution doesn't end there. "Amit has retained the portion Amose sang, in the final song," says Rani.