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Akshay dedicates 'Special Chabbis' song to Twinkle

Jan 16 2013, 12:28pm CST | by

Mumbai, Jan 16 (IANS) Actor-producer Akshay Kumar has added one more feather to his cap by singing a song in his next film "Special Chabbis" and says he wants to dedicate the song to his wife Twinkle Khanna.

Mumbai, Jan 16 — Actor-producer Akshay Kumar has added one more feather to his cap by singing a song in his next film "Special Chabbis" and says he wants to dedicate the song to his wife Twinkle...

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Akshay dedicates 'Special Chabbis' song to Twinkle

Jan 16 2013, 12:28pm CST | by

Mumbai, Jan 16 (IANS) Actor-producer Akshay Kumar has added one more feather to his cap by singing a song in his next film "Special Chabbis" and says he wants to dedicate the song to his wife Twinkle Khanna.

Mumbai, Jan 16 — Actor-producer Akshay Kumar has added one more feather to his cap by singing a song in his next film "Special Chabbis" and says he wants to dedicate the song to his wife Twinkle Khanna.

"I would want to dedicate this song to my wife Twinkle Khanna and tomorrow (Thursday), it's also our wedding anniversary and Valentine's Day is also coming," Akshay told reporters at the film's music launch here.

"I rehearsed for three hours before recording. However, the song will not be used in the film. I did it just as a passion," he said.

M.M. Kreem has composed the music for "Special Chabbis".

Akshay sung the song, "Mujme tu...", at the launch.

When asked about his film, Akshay said: "I can't reveal much. There are lots of twists and turns so if I talk much, you will miss the fun."

The film had an unusual music launch at Regal Cinema-- a prime spot for film premieres in the 1980s.

Actor Anupam Kher, who was also present, said: "I'm glad the music launch happened at Regal. In the 1980s, we used to have all our premieres here."

Akshay said he reinvented himself for the film, directed by Neeraj Pandey.

"Special Chabbis" releases Feb 8.

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