Dwayne Bravo and Neil Nitin Mukesh collaborate for music video
Dwayne Bravo’s musical career seems to be flying high as the Caribbean is all set to make a music video with Bollywood’s Neil Nitin Mukesh. Reportedly, it’s going to be a party song of which Bravo will be a part. The song’s arrangement promises to be quite fresh and peppy.
As per the sources, Bravo has been a great fan of the music of Mukesh, Neil’s late grandfather and prominent Indian singer. So it was an easy choice for the handsome Bollywood actor to select Bravo from the bunch of music enthusiasts from cricketing world.
The song will have few parts in Hindi and few in English and on a contrary Bravo will be heard and seen doing the Hindi portions, Neil will likely do the international part. When asked if the Windies all-rounder will be trained in Hindi, Neil replied negatively saying, ” I think Dwayne knows the language well. And if we do that we’ll lose the natural charm to his dialect.”
Bravo will be taking time out of his busy schedule in late september to do his bit of the video wearing Indian ethnic wear but in the backdrop of LA.
To be noted, Bravo has before been a part of such a project as he had his own music video called “Chalo chalo!” made and released which starred cricketing stars such as Brendon McCullum, Kieron Pollard, Virat Kohli, Irfan Pathan etc. Here is the video:
Hope this ventureof his tastes the similar success as his colourful cricketing career.
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