Sonu Sood On Reprising 90s Hit 'Tum To Thehre Pardesi; With Farah Khan: 'I Play A Farmer In A Village Of Punjab Who Turns Out To Be A Cop' - EXCLUSIVE

Farah Khan and Sonu Sood are teaming up for a music video and Sood spills the beans about this special project.

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Sonu Sood On Reprising 90s Hit 'Tum To Thehre Pardesi; With Farah Khan: 'I Play A Farmer In A Village Of Punjab Who Turns Out To Be A Cop' - EXCLUSIVE
Sonu and Farah, who have earlier worked together in Happy New Year, have recently come together for a music video project. According to a report in the Times of India, the actor and director duo has reunited for a reprised version of the cult classic 'Tum to thehre pardesi' released in 1997. Crooned by Altaf Raja, this song was popular in the 90s and a huge hit. And now singer Tony Kakkar and Raja have teamed up to recreate the track.  

Speaking to us about the music video Sonu recalls Farah and his friendship, “ I was directed by her in Happy New Year and I remember how much fun that was. Now we are in Punjab shooting a  song. And we are having  just as much fun this time.” Shedding light on the song Sonu says, “I play a farmer in a village of Punjab who turns out to be a cop. So there’s humour and action. And there is also a cute love story tucked away in the song. With Farah around to direct it is always fun. So I am  looking forward  to the shooting every day.” ALSO READ: Sonu Sood And Farah Khan Team Up For A Music Video; Actor To Don The Avatar Of A Cop-Deets INSIDE

The music video is being set to the  Altaf Raja  1990s hit Tum   toh thehre pardesi. The song is rendered by  Altaf and Tony Kakkar. “It is just a fun project, not to be taken seriously,” warns Sonu who was last seen in  Hindi cinema in  Rohit Shetty’s  Simmba.







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