Himesh Reshammiya copies my singing style: Mika
The singer is looking forward to Deepak Shivdasani's Mr. White Mr. Black in which he sings for the first time with legendary Asha Bhosle and brother Daler Mehndi.music Updated: Oct 01, 2007 17:52 IST
Two different stages are set for singer Mika Singh and item girl Rakhi Sawant to outdo each other.
While Mika is participating in Sony TV's celebrity dance show Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, Rakhi Sawant, with whom he shares a love-hate relationship, features with beau Abhishek Awasthi in a similar programme, Nach Baliye, on STAR Plus.
"I don't have any competition with Rakhi and I wish her luck, my blessings are with her and she can continue getting media attention," Mika told IANS.
Rakhi had made headlines by accusing Mika of forcibly kissing her.
Mika, who is known for his nasal voice and recently churned out the musical chartbuster Ae Ganpath, also believes that composer-singer Himesh Reshammiya copies his singing style.<b1>
"I know Himesh copies my style of singing but I don't mind as I know I sing so well that to gain fame and name he has to copy me," Mika said.
He is looking forward to Deepak Shivdasani's Mr. White Mr. Black in which he has sung for the first time with legendary signer Asha Bhosle and brother Daler Mehndi. The film starring Suniel Shetty and Arshad Warsi is releasing Oct 5.
"I am really excited as for the first time I am singing with Ashaji and Daler bhai for the film Mr. White Mr. Black and I hope to get a positive response," Mika expressed.
Though he would love to work in an album with his brother Daler and sister-in-law Pinky, he can't do so as he is bound by a contract.
"Pinky bhabhi, Daler bhai and I have signed a contract with three different music companies and according to the contract we are not allowed to work together in an album. But if a film director wants, it can happen because we are allowed to sing together for films."
The Punjabi boy is planning to launch his next album in December.
First Published: Sep 29, 2007 17:58 IST