Shahroz Khan, who is an associate producer of Big Bat Films, is gearing up for the release of his upcoming music video, "Hollywood wale nakhre" featuring actress Sunny Leone. He feels that remixing an old hit song is not a big achievement.
Khan was interacting with the media to promote the song here on Thursday.
Asked whether he thinks his music video will garner praise from the audience as now remixed songs are gaining more popularity, he said: "I feel you shouldn't follow a particular trend. We should try to bring in some new thing to break that trend then only, you will get recognised in the industry."
"I feel remixing an old hit song is not a big achievement as by doing that you are playing it safe, but when you attempt something new then it can also become a huge hit and later on the next generation might want to remix your song so that's an achievement."
On "Hollywood wale nakhre", he said: "Sunny Leone is one of the best performers of Bollywood and after her special song in 'Raees', she has become even more popular but she hasn't featured in a music video in the recent past so Hitendra Kapopara, who is her fashion designer, is the common link between us so we all thought that we should make a music video."
Talking about Big Bat Films, Khan said: "We are planning to release two movies. First film is titled 'Mushkil', which we will release around March or April. Our second film is titled 'Kya Masti Kya Dhoom'. It will release around July or August."
"Apart from that, we are planning to produce a high budget film with one of top actors of Bollywood. We are also producing a horror film which is being directed by an European director and we are going to make few music videos in the future as well."
"Hollywood wale nakhre", sung by Upesh Jangwal and composed by Tanveer Singh Kohli, will release on Friday.
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