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Jabra Fan singer, Nakash Aziz, goes back to his roots 

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Nakash Aziz who has impressed one and all with his impeccable voice and hit songs like Saari k fall sa, Pungi, Selfie le le re and latest chartbuster hit ‘Jabra Fan’ from SRK starrer FAN and also ‘Pyaar Ki’ and ‘Fake Ishq’ from HOUSEFULL 3 has recently recorded a tulu song ‘Karbaar Jorundu‘ for upcoming movie Pilibail Yamunakk.

Nakash’s hometown is Mangalore, so it would be not wrong to say that singing a tulu language song was not a alien zone for him. Nakash is proud of the fact that he is associated with the tulu language film and is really happy the way the song has come out.

The music of the film is composed by Kishore Kumar Shetty and the film is slated to release in July. Pilibail Yamunakk stars Purab Ambar, Sonal Monteiro, Navin D Padil and Arvind Bolar in the prominent roles.


“I had never be able to say no to an offer from my homeland. I recorded the song in Mumbai, although I cant fluently speak the language, the nuances comes to me easily because my parents are converse in the language when they get nostalgic at home,” said Nakash when asked about his Tulu connection.

Apart from this, Nakash has also turned music composer for an upcoming Bollywood film Missing On A Weekend. Working with A.R. Rahman who is well – known for his versatile style of music and Pritam da who is known for his commercial approach towards his songs, Nakash has undoubtedly learnt some of their antics in the composition field. After singing for Pritam Da and A.R. Rehman, the greatest composers our industry has ever witnessed, Nakash is looking forward to compose for MISSING ON A WEEKEND.

Commenting on the same, Nakash says “Yes I am composing music for the movie; it feels great when people acknowledge your work and you get a opportunity to extent your hands in the field which you love the most. This will be my debut as a music composer in Bollywood and I am excited for the same. Am amongst the lucky few who have worked with both the masters, Rehman sir and Pritam da. Every day is a new learning experience for me.”