After 28 years, Sonu Nigam is ready to remake his song “Achha Sila Diya” in order to work with Bhushan Kumar.
Sonu Nigam, a well-known playback singer and recipient of the Padma Shri award, will remake one of his most popular songs, “Achha Sila Diya,” after almost three decades.
Originally from the 1995 film “Bewafa Sanam,” which was directed by the late Gulshan Kumar, the song has come to symbolise the 1990s.
Sonu and Bhushan Kumar, the son of Gulshan, are working together on the same project.
After a public argument in 2020 about charges Sonu made about how the Hindi music industry operated, the two recently made amends and are now working together to take audiences on a trip down memory lane with their upcoming duet.
According to a source in the music business, the upcoming song, a cover of “Achha Sila Diya,” will officially signal Sonu-Bhushan’s reconciliation following their in-public argument.
Upon completion of post-production and packaging, the song is anticipated to be released by the end of this month.
The source revealed, “They didn’t have any apprehensions about working together. Sonu has been associated with T-Series, (headed by Bhushan Kumar) since Gulshan Kumar’s days and he is very fond of the latter. There were certain misunderstandings between Sonu and Bhushan, but being old friends and frequent collaborators, the musical pair has moved past them.”
The source further mentioned, “Sonu and Bhushan will now be working together on many albums and songs. And what better way to restart this association than recreating the iconic track Achhha Sila Diya after 28 years. There was another cover of ‘Achha Sila Diya’ created by B Praak earlier this year, starring Rajkummar Rao and Nora Fatehi, but imagine the magic that Sonu’s voice will bring and the views it will generate, because the song remains one of his biggest hit from his initial days.”
One of Sonu Nigam and T-Series’ most well-known and cherished songs, Accha Sila Diya, has been passed down through the generations. See what Bhushan Kumar can accomplish on his end.