MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya join Badshah as they sing Kala Chashma together at party. Watch
A video from a party shows cricketers MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, and Krunal Pandya singing along Kala Chashma with rapper Badshah.
Badshah performed at a party in Dubai on Saturday and was seen jamming with cricketers Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya. He sang his hit song Kala Chashma from Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra-starrer Baar Baar Dekho and had all of them joining him on the dance floor. Also read: Badshah is dating Punjabi actor Isha Rikhi, has introduced her to family: Report
Now, a video from the party shows the three cricketers jamming with Badshah and even singing along as the rapper takes a pause while singing. They are also seen grooving a bit while standingin a circle with Badshah. Badshah was in his usual long black jacket look while Hardik was in a silk shirt and trousers and Dhoni in a black suit with a bowtie. Krunal wore a dark jacket.
A video also shows MS Dhoni and Hardik grooving on the dance floor to another song with a hand on each other's shoulders, while Krunal cheered from the
Badshah and Prem-Hardeep had composed Kala Chashma, which was sung by Amar Arshi, Neha Kakkar, Indeep Bakshi for the 2016 film Baar Baar Dekho. This year, Badshah has sung four songs, Tabahi, Voodoo, Trap Munde and Tauba.
Voodoo was a trilingual anthem in Hindi, English and Spanish and was a collaboration between Badshah with Latin star J Balvin. It was used for the launch of Apple's new AirPods Pro at its far-out event. It released in April and gained attention from appearances on New York Times Square, making its presence felt across top playlists and short video platforms in various countries.
Talking about the song, he said, "This collaboration of mine on Voodoo with J Balvin who's the biggest Latino superstar is extremely groundbreaking and very important for the Indian music industry and for my career as well. This collaboration just puts all of us onto another pedestal altogether. I'm really happy to see that Voodoo has crossed over and has such a long life."