Sonu Sood and Farah Khan to remake the famous 90’s Qawwali ‘Tum To Thehre Pardesi’

For the previous decade, Bollywood has been following the vogue of remaking iconic outdated songs. While some end up to be tremendous hit and even higher than the authentic model, some did not in a position to sustain with the viewers’s expectations. Now following this development, actor Sonu Sood and choreographer-director Farah Khan are all set to remake the modern-day model of the iconic Altaf Raja’s ‘Tum To Thehre Pardesi’. This time, the music will deliver a mix of city and rural tradition. A music that grew to become a sensation and the official breakup anthem throughout the 90s.

According to a tabloid, the music will likely be sung by singers Tony Kakkar and Altaf Raja and will function Sonu Sood. The music has been scheduled to be launched on Sonu’s birthday, July 30.  Reports recommend that when Sonu was approached for the music, he instantly reached Farah and she was her very first selection for it. Sonu and Farah are nice mates and their bond dates again to 2014 after they labored collectively for the movie Happy New Year. Their bond has additionally obtained larger throughout the pandemic after they each got here collectively to assist the ones in want.
The music will likely be launched beneath the label of Desi Music Factory and will likely be shot in the symbolic mustard fields of Punjab. The set-up has been made up in Chandigarh. The actor is at the moment in his hometown Moga and will head in the direction of Chandigarh quickly for the shoot. Originally, the shoot was scheduled to occur between July 19 and 22. However, with the heavy rainfalls in Punjab, the plans obtained delayed. Now, Farah and Sonu will head for Chandigarh at this time and will wrap up the music over the subsequent two days.
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