Movers and Shakers: Mika Singh Wants to Sing for Amitabh Bachchan!
Mumbai, March 15, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / PRLog) Popular Indian pop and film-song singer Mika Singh shared his wish of singing for Big B with Shekhar Suman on Movers and Shakers on SAB TV.
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Industry's sensational, entertaining and breathtaking pop singer Mika
Singh was on Movers & Shakers. Mika has been rocking the charts with
his string of foot tapping numbers in movies like Pyaar Ka panchnama,
Ready, Desi Boyz etc and is truly a Mover & shaker.
with Shekhar Suman kicked-off with Mika playing the drums and jamming
with Surinder of Rubber Band. While on the sets Shekhar Suman played
dual role of a host and of Mika’s bodyguard. Mika got mobbed twice by a
bunch of girls and both times Shekhar came to his rescue!!!
speaking about the early days of his career, remembered the days when
he used to play music instruments in stage shows and would be paid Rs.
100/- to Rs. 150/- per day. He said that, “I will never forget those
days. I took every opportunity that came my way and even played the
harmonium in Ram Lila festivals. The struggle in those days prepared me
to face any challenges and came in handy during my struggling days in
Mika confessed that he has set himself the target
of singing for Amitabh Bachchan this year and is also looking forward
to do playback for Aamir Khan.
When Shekhar asked him about his
bad boy image, he flashed his brilliant smile as said, “I am a bad boy
with a good heart. You can love me, hate me but you can’t ignore me
-either way it means that you are thinking about me and that is good
enough for me.”
Shekhar Suman said that, “He is controversy’s
child but, it is amazing how he manages to pull himself out of it every
time. What was nice was that he spoke freely, honestly and from the
heart. It was great having a multi-faceted and highly talented artist
like him on the show.”
Catch multitalented Mika on Movers & Shakers on 19th March at 10:30 p.m. on SAB TV