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Alia Bhatt turns singer for A R Rahman, croons ‘Sooha Saha’ in ‘Highway’

One movie old actress Alia Bhatt has turned singer at an early stage of her career.

New Delhi |
Updated: January 19, 2014 11:31:41 am
Alia Bhatt while shooting for 'Highway'. (Photo: Twitter) Alia Bhatt while shooting for ‘Highway’. (Photo: Twitter)

One movie old actress Alia Bhatt has turned singer at an early stage of her career. The ‘Student Of The Year’ actress has sung a song called ‘Sooha Saha’ which is composed by none other than Oscar winner A R Rahman for the upcoming film ‘Highway’.

Alia Bhatt has surprised everyone with her melodious and soothing voice. ‘Sooha Saha’ is slow, soft song and Alia has pulled it off very well with perfect voice modulations.

Alia tweeted a video of the making of her song ‘Sooha Saha’ which has her in the recording studio being trained by music maestro A R Rahman. She also confessed that she was nervous singing for the first time ever in her life.

‘Highway’ directed by Imtiaz, is a road movie starring Alia Bhatt and Randeep Hooda who traverse through six states of north India in the course of the film. It has music by A R Rahman.

Director Imtiaz Ali earlier said the music maestro has got the soul of the story beautifully through his tunes. One song from the film called ‘Maahi Ve’ is already out. It is soft romantic number written by Irshad Kamil and sung by Rahman in his inimitable soulful way. Rahman had earlier worked for Imtiaz’s ‘Rockstar’. ‘Highway’ will be released worldwide by UTV Motion Pictures on February 21.

‘Highway’ is slated to release worldwide on February 21, 2014.


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