Mumbai: Sony Music partners with Green Gold Animation to release the music of the latest instalment of the iconic film franchise, Chhota Bheem – Kung Fu Dhamaka. The music of this animated film has been composed by Sunil Kaushik and John Stewart Eduri and has three songs featuring the multi-talented Daler Mehndi and Sunidhi Chauhan.
The film releases on 10th May and has Bheem training in the martial art of ‘Kung Fu’ and travelling to China to take part in the world’s most prestigious Kung Fu competition.
Of the three songs, Daler Mehndi has an anthem song called Kung Fu Dhamaka while Sunidhi Chauhan would be heard in the fun packed Mahal Mein Sabka Swagat Hai and Circus Jam.
Says Sunidhi Chauhan, “I thoroughly enjoyed working on the music for Chhota Bheem, a character we all have loved and adored. I personally am a big fan and am eagerly waiting for everyone to listen to the music. I am sure all the kids would have a wonderful time listening and dancing to the songs including my son!”
Adds on Daler Mehndi, “Not just my daughter Rabab, I am also a big fan of Chhota Bheem. I love that I’ll be singing for the film.”
Says Rajiv Chilaka, CEO and Founder of Green Gold Animation, “We are excited to be partnering with Sony Music to release our new film’s music content through them. With their robust network and reach, we are sure the songs would be heard far and wide. Chhota Bheem – Kung Fu Dhamaka has some really fun tunes and rhythms that will connect with people across age groups especially the kids.”
Adds Anjana Devraj, Head Kids Division, Sony Music India, “Chhota Bheem is globally the biggest kids’ pop cultural icon and we are extremely thrilled to be collaborating with the team to release the music. The first video releases on April 26th and the next 2 in the following week with a special release slated around Chhota Bheem’s birthday on May 1st. We have a robust marketing and promotion plan on the music and we are confident that the magic created by Daler Mehndi and Sunidhi Chauhan will translate into people loving the music.”