Raghubir Yadav shakes his leg with co-stars at the music launch event
Audio release of talented actor Raghubir Yadav’s forth coming movie Meinu Ek Ladki Chaahiye was held at Club Millennium, Mumbai. The event was attended by Puru Chibber, Reecha Sinha, Zakir Hussain, Yatin Karyekar, Rashee , Jyoti Gauba, Shadab Bhartiya, director Abhishek Bindal, producers Manoj Bindal & Santosh Bindal.
Actor Raghubir Yadav who’s known for his acting abilities showed off his dancing abilities and burnt the dance floor. Raghubir had acted as a lawyer during the initial years of his career and now he will be seen as a lawyer again in Meinu Ek Ladki Chaahiye. “This has been a very special role for me and I hope that the audience accepts me. I have never danced in my life but it was only because of the encouragement from the team that I managed to do it. It has been a different experience.” shared Raghubir Yadav.
DID contestant Khusboo performed a special act for the gathered crowd. Khusboo has an item song in the film. Politician Kripa Shankar Singh, renowned TV actor Aman Varma and Actor Anupam Shyam were guests at the music launch.
The album is complied with songs of all kinds for every music lover. From a melodious sound track to a typical Punjabi song, Meinu Ek Ladki Chaahiye is a complete album.
The biggest highlight of the album is an item number sung by Mamata Sharma of Munni Badnaam and Fevicol Se fame. Mamata has crooned on ‘Gori Chitti’ which has been specially composed by Shahdab Bhartiya while Sanjay Dhoopa Mishra is the lyricist.
Superhit Mika Singh has sung Teri Toh Jhand and for the first time, audience will get to witness Raghubir Yadav’s dancing abilities. Mesmerizing Roop Kumar Rathor has voiced Nanhe Paon which beautifully emotes the unique relation between a parent and his daughter.
There’s also a romantic track featuring Puru Chibber and Reecha Sinha ‘Main Sifar’. Javed Ali is the voice behind this love song. Ravi Pawar is the composer of all the songs and Sanjay Dhoopa Mishra is the lyricist.
Director Abhishek Bindal confessed that the movie was challenging as a serious subject had to be presented in an entertaining manner. “I’ve taken the cinematic liberty and my entire team has been extremely supportive. I thank all of themfrom the bottom of my heart.”