Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar will turn into a rapper for his upcoming film, “Housefull 4” and most likely team up with Mika Singh, according to media reports. However, it is pertinent to note that this is not the first time Akshay will sing a song for his own film. Previously, he has sang for “Singh is King”, “It’s entertainment” and “Special 26.” This film will be the fourth movie as part of Akshay’s hit “Housefull” franchise. It is written and directed by Farhad samji. Indian actors Kriti Sanon, Pooja Hedge and Bobby Deol will also be seen starring in the movie.
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I would’ve definitely been disappointed if any other actor would’ve recreated #TipTipBarsaPaani, a song which has been synonymous with me & my career and I can’t thank Ratan Jain ji enough. At times like these you realize,we may have come a long way but we also go back a long way
Previously, Riteish Deshmukh, Boman Irani and Chunky Pandey have featured in all films.
“Farhad Samji, who was one of the directors of ‘Its Entertainment’, had convinced Akshay to croon the title track for the comedy. This time too, it was his idea that Akki explores his rapping skills. While producer Sajid Nadiadwala jumped at the idea, the producer-director duo then convinced their leading man to give his nod. The Tanishk Bagchi composition is yet to be recorded. The makers are yet to decide if it should be a solo track or one that sees him croon alongside Mika Singh,” reported a tabloid.
Nargis Fakhri, Abhishek Bachchan and Lisa Hayden were seen in the third part of “Housefull” whereas John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez and Zarine Khan featured in the second part.
Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone and veteran actress Lara Dutta were part of the first “Housefull” movie though. While shedding light on his choice of films, Akshay said, “Most of my films be it Padman (2018), Toilet: Ek Prem Katha (2017) or even (the upcoming) Mission Mangal, they have one more thing — women’s empowerment. But I’ve to do a ‘Housefull,’ a ‘Rowdy Rathore’ and a ‘Good News’ also. So, it’s not that this [issue-based films] is the only thing I do. Whenever I get a chance and a good script, I’ll do it. I want to have all kinds of films in my kitty.”