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Mallika croons with John Lennons son for Hisss

IndiaGlitz [Monday, September 06, 2010]
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Mallika Sherawat will be singing for the very first time on a song for her upcoming film 'Hisss'. Just before her Mumbai homecoming, the actress recorded a song in a studio in Los Angeles which will be released as part of the 'Hisss' soundtrack and promotions.

According to an insider source, Mallika has recorded her voice singing on two different songs. The first of the songs is composed and arranged by Julian Lennon, son of John Lennon from the iconic rock band The Beatles. Upon mixing of the track, the song will be sent to Mr. Lennon for approval. The second track that Miss Sherawat recorded is arranged by German composer Alexander Von Bubenheim who provided the background score for 'Hisss'. Both songs have Mallika singing in a breathy, sexy style reminiscent of famed French actress Brigitte Bardot's legendary collaborations with musician Serge Gainsbourg.

Other 'Hisss' soundtrack news is said to be forthcoming, and most of the music for 'Hisss' comprised of 5 songs and 3 dance remixes are said to be launched during the big 'Hisss' event scheduled for mid-Sept in Mumbai. Venus Records and Tapes will be releasing the songs for digital and mobile downloads including iTunes in the coming weeks. 'Hisss' is slated for release this October.



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