‘Jai Mummy Di’ to feature recreated version of ‘Mummy nu pasand’


Mumbai, Dec 16 (IANS) Actor Sunny Singh finds the hook step of “Mummy nu pasand” in his upcoming movie “Jai Mummy Di” very energetic and lively.

The makers of the film will release the first song on Tuesday. The song features the lead pair.

The original music is given by Sukh-E Muzical Doctorz and has been recreated by Tanishk Bagchi, crooned by the original singer Sunanda Sharma and has been written by Jaani. It has additional lyrics by Tanishk. It has been filmed in Ghaziabad and the song has been choreographed by Adil Shaikh.


“I’ve been in love with the song right from the start. I was very excited to know that we’ll be shooting for ‘Mummy nu pasand’ for our film ‘Jai Mummy Di’. The hook step is very energetic and lively and Choreographer Adil Shaikh has done a wonderful job. We had an amazing vibe on set,” Sunny said.

To this, Sonnalli added: “I had a blast shooting this song. When I had heard the original song 2 years ago, I had loved it. It is still one of my favourite songs and of course, it is more favourite now. Sunanda’s energy is very miscible and that helped our energy as well. Adil Shaikh choreographed this song very well and I enjoyed the steps too. Moreover, it was shot in a college, so the vibe was also young.”


The light-hearted family comedy will show how conflicting dynamics between the mothers leads to muddled chemistry between their own children.

Written and directed by Navjot Gulati, the film has been produced by T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar and Luv Films’ Luv Ranjan and Ankur Garg. It is slated to release on January 17, 2020.








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