Singer Neha Kakkar, who has crooned a revamped version of the popular song “Tu cheez badi hai mast mast” for the forthcoming film “Machine”, says she is nervous about it. “Tu cheez badi hai mast mast” is from the 1994 film ‘Mohra’. The original track was picturised on Raveena Tandon and Akshay Kumar and was sung by Udit Narayan and Kavita Krishnamurthy. Now for the new track, Udit Narayan has done a duet with Neha.
“You heard it right! ‘Tu cheez badi hai mast’ is being recreated and I’ve sung it with my favourite Udit Ji. I hope you guys like it… Nervous. Out soon,” Neha tweeted.
“Machine” stars Kiara Advani and Mustafa, son of Abbas Burmawala of Abbas-Mustan duo. The film is said to be a romantic thriller. ‘Machine’ is said to be a love story with a twist in it, like all other Abbas Mustan movies, who are known to make thrillers like nobody else. Actress Kiara Advani says she is excited about her upcoming film ‘Machine’ as she will be seen in a different role this time. Kiara made her Bollywood debut in 2014 with the drama film ‘Fugly’ and was later seen in the biopic ‘M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story’, in which she essayed the role of Sakshi Singh Dhoni. Talking about ‘Machine’, Kiara told IANS that “Abbas-Mustan are back with a thriller after a while. So, their audience is most excited. I am very excited for the film because I will be seen in a different light.”
Mustafa, son of director Abbas, said that the most challenging task for him was to lose around 70 kgs for his debut film. “I was 120 kgs and would eat anything and everything because I was and I am still a foodie,” Mustafa had said earlier. The debutante had a personal trainer who helped him shed the excess weight gradually. “It took me five years to lose around 70 kilos and achieve my current weight of 55 kgs. The first week of dieting was the most difficult. I also started working out and did everything from functional to weight training. I also used to run,” he said.