SRK tributes Rajinikanth with a special song in 'Chennai Express'
Tue, Jun 25, 2013 08:08:59 GMT
Shahrukh Khan is an avowed fan of south megastar Rajinikanth. So in his upcoming film Chennai Express, a love story set in South India, SRK deems it fit to squeeze in a song tribute to Rajini sir.
Shahrukh Khan has reportedly roped in singer-composer Honey Singh to pen, compose and sing a special tribute to Rajinikanth in Chennai Express, which is slated to release on August 8.
“I was very surprised and happy to hear from Shah Rukh bhai. He said he wanted me to do a particular song. I wrote and composed the song while I was in Mauritius. Both Shah Rukh bhai and I are huge Rajinikanth fans. This number is our tribute to him,” Honey Singh is quoted as saying.
Though it remains to be seen how the film’s official composers Vishal-Shekhar will take the inclusion of a Honey Singh number in Chennai Express, Singh is determined to come up with a chartbusting track.
Chennai Express has Deepika Padukone playing a Tamilian. SRK plays a 40-year-old Rahul who tags along with her on a journey to her village and becomes part of unending troubles.
Meanwhile, check out the making of the song ‘One Two Three Four’ featuring Shahrukh Khan and Priyamani below: