Recording Of The Song “Crazy Balam”

Recording Of The Song  “Crazy Balam”  With Singer Ritu Pathak Featuring Abhijeet Aroon

Renowned singer Ritu Pathak of Gandi Baat, Jalebi Bai, Grand Masti, Kismat & many more gears up to storm the music scenes with his latest song “Crazy Balam” featuring Abhijeet Aroon. The singer was seen recording the song & addressing the media about the single & her future projects.

Amit Raj (Executive Producer), Abhijeet Aroon (Music Director) Ritu Pathak(Singer), Mayank Tiwari (Producer & Lyricists) with Rohit during song recording
The single ” Crazy Balam” opens with a fun opening verse and then launches into club mode with the party beats. When the song speeds up the tempo, it sounds very Punjabi-like which enhances the danceable mood of the song. Although the song has a western touch, it is undoubtedly high on its Hindi & Punjabi feel.
 
Producer & Lyricists – Mayank Tiwari; Executive Producer- Amit Raj ; Singer- Ritu Pathak & King Paul; Music- Abhijeet Aroon ; Programming & Arranged by- Abhijeet Aroon. 
 
Music which is given by Abhijeet Aroon was a semi finalist in  ‘Golden  Voice Hunt’ event of Hero Honda  Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Zee TV). He has  also performed live with Javed Aktar in a lot of shows. has also  been blessed by nightingale of  India, Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar.
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“Growing Up Smith” Expands Theatrical Release to Additional Cities in Second Week

(New York, NY – February 3, 2017)  Due to an overwhelming response to advance ticket sales during opening weekend (February 3rd), the heartfelt family comedy Growing Up Smith, directed by Frank Lotito, and starring Jason Lee (My Name is Earl) and Anjul Nigam (Bad Words and True Detective), has been slated to release in several additional markets on February 10th, including Philadelphia, Hartford, Boston and Detroit.

Here’s what critics are saying about the coming-of-age Little Miss Sunshine meets My Girl family-friendly film:

“The film has accidental topicality now with the debate over immigration swirling, but you don’t need to burden it with politics to be touched by its tale of a child who is pulled by two very different cultural worlds.”
– New York Times Review

Fort Worth Star Telegram calls the film “charmingly amusing and surprisingly timely…like an extended episode of ‘The Wonder Years.'”

Growing Up Smith is a solid watch for kids of a certain age, or really anyone who has ever been a little bit different from those around them.” – Josh Hurtado, ScreenAnarchy

Distributed by Good Deed Entertainment and inspired by a true story set in the year 1979, Growing Up Smith is about a family from India that moves to America with hopes of living the American Dream. While their 10-year-old boy, Smith, falls head-over-heels for the girl next door, his desire to become a “good old boy” propels him further away from his family’s ideas than ever before.

“In light of the recent immigration concerns in our country, this film highlights a positive immigrant experience in the late 70s and reminds us that love does not see race or creed,” said Scott Donley, CEO & Founder of Good Deed Entertainment.
Actor/Writer/Producer Nigam says that “the movie is a tribute to childhood heroes, first love and growing up in Small Town, America. We’re proud to say that it’s a film with no explosions, no profanity and no violence,” which is the unspoken mantra at Nigam’s production company, Brittany House Pictures.

GROWING UP SMITH
Starring: Jason Lee (“My Name Is Earl”), Anjul Nigam (“Bad Words”), Brighton Sharbino (“The Walking Dead”), Hilarie Burton (“One Tree Hill”), Jake Busey (“From Dusk Till Dawn”),  Tim Guinee (“Iron Man 1 and 2”), Alison Wright (“The Americans”), Poorna Jagannathan (“Delhi Belly”), Samrat Chakrabarti (“Waiting City”) and introducing Roni Akurati as “Smith”

Director: Frank Lotito

Producers: Anjul Nigam, Frank Lotito, Steve Straka

Writers: Anjul Nigam, Paul Quinn, Gregory Scott Houghton

Story: In 1979, a family from India moves to America with hopes of living the American Dream. While their 10-year-old boy Smith falls head-over-heels for the girl next door, his desire to become a “good old boy” propels him further away from his family’s ideals than ever before. A tribute to childhood heroes, first love and growing up in Small Town, America… in simpler times.

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