Sachin Gupta composed and sung promotional song for DAMADAMM

The music industry will now witness the coming together of two music directors Sachin Gupta and Himesh Reshamiya. It is for the first time that a senior music director is promoting a younger music director. Himesh has collaborated with talented music director-singer Sachin Gupta for his music company HR Musik. Himesh has earlier collaborated with international artists like Li’l Wayne. Sachin is Himesh’s first collaboration in India.

Sachin Gupta has composed and sung promotional song ‘Bhool Jaun’ for Himesh’s forthcoming film DAMADAMM. Confirming this Sachin told, ‘Yes this is true. One day morning Endy from HR Musik called me and told Himesh Reshmmiya wants to meet and do song with me. I took it very lightly thinking why Himesh will meet me. Next day again Endy called for the same and I realized it was true. So I went to meet Himesh with a tune. After hearing it he told me to sing. I was absolutely surprised. I sang the lines. He liked it very much and decided to make this song as promotional song of his film DAMADAMM.

Was he nervous? Sachin says, ‘Yaa I was little nervous thinking about working with such a senior music director and singer. But when we started working on the song Himesh never let me felt that I am working with a star singer-composer. He is a gem of a person.’

Kumar Taurani spotted Sachin during his performance in London. Sachin then did the album DOORIE for Tips and introduced popular Pakistani singer Atif Aslam. He stepped into Bollywood as music director with PRINCE, a Tips film. Two tracks Tere Liye and O Mere Khuda were chartbusters. Sachin has worked with some of the best talents in India and abroad ranging from the beautiful Alisha Chinoy to the very popular Apache Indian. He has given more than 650 performances till date.

Continuing about DAMADAMM song Sachin adds, ‘Himesh too has sung a part of it. We have shot the video in Filmcity featuring me and Himesh. There are few scenes in the video from the film. The song will come in the end with credits.’