From Rani Mukerji’s spot boy to on-the-spot musician

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor

Rani-Prithviraj in 'Aiyyaa'
Rani-Prithviraj in 'Aiyyaa'

No matter how good someone��is at their profession, from time to time they will always find themselves in a spot of bother where things may not work. Something which happened to music director Amit Trivedi, for the upcoming Rani Mukerji film ‘Aiyyaa’, until Mukerji’s spot boy came to the rescue.

Whilst Trivedi and��Mukerji along with film director Sachin Kundalkar and lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya were working on the song Dreamum��wakepum, they found themselves finding it difficult to come up with a few words to fit the song. “We were jamming at the studio trying to figure out a catchphrase we could use in the song ��Dreamum�۪. That�۪s when Amit and Amitabh remembered that Amose (Rani’s spot boy) is from Tamil Nadu,”��Hindustan Times reports Mukerji stating.

They hired Amose on team to help them with a few Tamil words that would best fit, “Finally he came up with ��unne, rande, mune, nale�۪, which means one two three four,” the actress went onto confirm.��Not only did Amose have input with the lyrics, the music team also got him to sing the lines in the song.

Co-produced by Anurag Kashyap and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, ‘Aiyyaa’ will see Mukerji share the screen with South Indian actor Prithviraj��and the film��is slated for��release on 12th October.