Mikey Mccleary News
Akshay Akkineni: Pizza 3D will create new atmosphere for audiences!
The director of Pizza 3D opens up about the upcoming horror film
Newcomer Akshay Akkineni, son of National Award-winning editor Sreekar Prasad, says the idea of making his directorial debut with Hindi horror-thriller Pizza in 3D was an added advantage and that it will immerse audiences in a never before experienced atmosphere. Click here to read more
Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi song Tu Tu Tu: Ankur Tewari’s romantic song with quirky lyrics could have been better!
After listening to Anu Malik’s Tarzan from the film this is a welcome change, but still it fails to impress us completely
Balaji Telefilms is out with the latest song from the film Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi. The song has a very melodious tune in it but the vocals kill the song. Singer Ankur Tewari has, however, done a good job but the composer Mikey McCleary has used a specific second vocal, which kills the mellifluousness of the song. Click here to read more
Nautanki Saala song Sapna mera toota: Why is Ayushmann Khurrana heartbroken?
In this heart-wrenching rendition from the upcoming Rohan Sippy film, you see the lead starcast getting teary-eyed. We wonder why?
If you listen to the number Sapna mera toota, you might not believe that the composition is from Rohan Sippy’s forthcoming comic drama Nautanki Saala. Quite contrary to the mood of the film, this song is sad but melodious. Click here to read more
Nautanki Saala music review: An experimental and entertaining soundtrack
Music: Falak Shabir, Ayushmann Khurrana, Mikey McCleary, Rashid Khan, Rochak Kohli
Singers: Neeti Mohan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Saba Azad, Ayushmann Khurrana
Nautanki Saala, a quirky comedy starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Kunal Roy Kapur, along with a bevy of beauties, and directed by Rohan Sippy, has a soundtrack created by various artistes, making it an interesting mix of sounds and styles. Click here to read more
DAVID song Dama dam mast kalandar: Sarika oozes charm in this Rekha Bhardwaj number
Originally sung by Runa Laila, the new version in David manages to transport you into a world you’d never want to leave
Dama dam mast kalandar is shot in Neil Nitin Mukesh aka David’s era of 1970s London. Click here to read more