Nakash Aziz’s songs hit in Bengali films

Nakash Aziz’s songs hit in Bengali films


Nakash Aziz, who gained fame for his hit number Saree Ke Fall Sa, deserves an applaud for the way he’s working towards success every passing minute. On one hand, he’s singing Hindi songs, and on the other, he’s also singing for films made in various regional languages. He first sang “Dhating Naach” for a Bengali film.

He has recently sung in Bengali films Calling Bell and Game. He has sung the song “Baaje Re Calling” in Calling Bell and “Bum Chiki Chikni Chiki” in the film Game which are both being loved by listeners because where the music is good, Nakash’s melodious voice adds to the harmony. Both these songs, like the ones previously sung by Nakash, are a mix of teasing and fun.




Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Sharabi to be made into a song



“Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Sharabi” is the most famous qawwali there is. Even today, whenever there is a discussion about qawwalis, the first name that pops up is that of “Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Sharabi”. What’s new is that now people will be able to hear this qawwali as a song in the voice of Mujtba Aziz Naza, who is none other than late qawwal Aziz Naza’s very own son. Mujtba is a singer and composer and has sung this song for Rea Films’ debut venture “Gang Wang”.

This film will go on the floors next month in Nasik and will be shot there from start to finish and will be directed by Ishraq. Its producer Sardar Krishan Singhsaab informed, “This film will be released by August-September.”

Gang Wang is based on juvenile crimes.



Deana Uppal rocks in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi and Revolver Rani

The sexiest women in action manage to command the screen with their physical abilities and their acting skills. Those are women not be toyed with, under any circumstances. They’re hot, they’re highly trained and they’ll kick your butt to kingdom come if given the chance. Miss India UK Deana Uppal, who is a part of Khatron Ke Khiladi burned up the screen with her action chops, proving that punching, kicking, shooting and stabbing aren’t just for guys.Cars, Cockroaches, Crocodiles, Snakes, explosions, punches, kicks, blood, sweat and tears these are the elements that make an action star in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi – Darr Ka Blockbuster is the fifth season of India’s reality show Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi on Colors which is hosted by Filmmaker Rohit Shetty. Deana Uppal was seen confronting her fears by taking part in challenging tasks. All the contestants on the show have been giving their best. However, the show seems to be getting tougher with each passing day but Deana is not stopping anyhow. Recently Deana Uppal gets rave reviews for her special appearance in the movie “Revolver Rani” with Kangana Ranaut. Critics also praises Kangana Ranaut and Deana Uppal for their outstanding performance.


Deana Uppal said, “I am having an amazing experience doing the show as I am fighting my fear out. I got to try out different stunts on the show and also made some new friends. All in all I am having a great time on the show.”


Martial Art Festival award winners at Lavasa gifted with the euro olive oil


Mumbai.People across the country suffers from health problems, such as diabetes, blood pressure, heart problems etc. Euro products which had introduced Euro Olive Oil five years back and it is a fast moving product. Company’s Director Ganpat Kothari gifed Euro Olive Oils bottles to the winners of martial Arts festival at Lavasa. A resident of Rajasthan, Ganpat Kothari has made big in Mumbai.


He says, “Martial arts and Olive oil is good for health and hence we collaborated with Lavasa martial Arts Festival. The product is not available in stores or malls and is promoted directly to customers. Our aim is to make people disease free and not profit.”


The Euro 2 liter olive oil bottle sells at Rs 900, and people are given 25% discount. For more information visit .




Rajendra Ganotra is the Editor of Spicy Stars Mumbai

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