Rahat records a song for another Bollywood film
Fabulous Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has recorded a song for an upcoming Indian film after a long time.
According to Indian media intelligences, Rahat himself has not set foot in India since 2011, when he was detained by the custom bureaucrats at Indira Gandhi Global Airport in Delhi for carrying unclaimed foreign currency and was subsequently barred from entering the country.
"Getting the genius to record for us was not an easy task at all," memories the film's producer Rocky Daswani.
Sham-Balkar, the music creators of the film, did method other singers to sing the number, but was unenthusiastic by their versions.
"After recording with four dissimilar singers, we realised that the song was just not occupied out. Then we sent a path of the song to Pakistan and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, logged Dheere Dheere Kam Hogi Udaasi, in a local studio there," says a bang citing Rocky.
And it was not the producer, but the manager who was happiest about consuming the "lucky number" on board the project.
"Pankaj had informed Rahat sahab that his songs were always the highpoint of films. And that was once he had come on board the scheme. But Rahat sahab made it very clear that he could not originate to India after the problems with the taxes. Later, when he lastly did record the song our music creators Okayed it in one shot. There was no back and forth," he says. Addition, "And it was perfect. His well-known voice will return to India after a long time," approves Rocky.