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Zayed gets nostalgic
November 26, 2012 , 4 : 00 am GST
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“This collaboration, especially of this old song of Feroz chacha’s has been so close to our heart. We always used to sing this song as kids. It was such a big success,” the 32-year-old said. The song featured in the movie Qurbani.Pic: Agencies
Actor Zayed Khan got nostalgic listening to DJ Aqeel's remixed version of Kya dekhte ho, surat tumhari, which was originally picturised on his uncle, late actor Feroz Khan in 1980. Zayed was at the launch of Aqeel's new remix album.
"This collaboration, especially of this old song of Feroz chacha's has been so close to our heart. We always used to sing this song as kids. It was such a big success," the 32-year-old said. The song featured in the movie Qurbani.
"I think I was six years old when this film released and that was a special time. So, to revisit that time in a new century and age is great," he added.
Zayed is quite sure that the song is quite going to be a hit with party goers. Zayed was all praise for Aqeel, who is his brother-in-law. He believes the reason why the celebrity disc jockey is still so popular is because he is still young in his head.
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