Sonu Sood and Farah Khan to recreate Altaf Raja's 'Tum to thehre pardesi'

Sonu Sood and Farah Khan have reunited for a reprised version of the cult classic 'Tum to thehre parades. Crooned by Altaf Raja, this song was massively popular in the 90s. And now singer Tony Kakkar and Raja will recreate the magic in their upcoming single. According to a news portal, this reprised version of 'Tum to thehre pardesi' will be released on Sonu’s birthday, on July 30.

Set in Chandigarh, this number will feature Sonu in the role of a farmer-turned-cop. "This song will be something very different from anything that I've ever shot before. It's always wonderful to work with Farah," Sonu had said in a statement. Farah Khan, who is calling the shots for this song, has previously worked with Sonu Sood in ‘Happy New Year’.

Since the past year, as the nation was the pandemic, Sonu Sood emerged as a savior for many. He is being hailed for his heroic efforts to support all those in need and Sonu continues to extend help to those reaching out to him. He has penned all these experiences in a memoir titled ‘I Am No Messiah’. Speaking about the same Sonu had told PTI, “It (lockdown) changed my outlook towards life. I will always remember 2020 as a year when we all tried to be the best versions of ourselves. It (memoir) was my way of capturing those moments for posterity.”

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