Girl Band - Australian Spice Girls in India
Kkomal Seth & Gautam Seth
Australian Spice Girls - GIRL BAND comes to India to film the fifteen million rupee promotional song for Sajid Nadiadwala's 'Heyy Babyy'.
The Australian Spice Girls the GIRL BAND comprising of the four sensational singers Renee Bargh, Renee Armstrong, Jessica Smith and Patrice Tipoki arrived from Sydney in Mumbai on the 22ND February to participate in the recording and filming of an absolutely exclusive song in English which was a remixed version of the title track of Sajid Nadiadwala's HEYY BABYY directed by Sajid Khan.
The music is by Shankar Ehsan Loy and the remix is by Akbar Sami with English lyrics by Anvita Dutt Gunjan.
This song is directed by Sabir Khan.
This international track was recorded in the youthful voices of The Girlband at Yashraj Recording Studios on the 23 RD February 2007.
The same song will be filmed on 6 exotic sets erected at the cost of 150,000 $ at Film City .
This exclusive sojourn of The Girl Band who are managed by SONY BMG Australia
Will mark a landmark in the promotions of this mega motion picture
The unit of HEYY BABYY concluded (on 9TH February 2007) its six week shooting spell in Australia having shot extensively in the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sydney.
This 10 million US $ production out of India HEYY BABYY in the very near future (when it releases worldwide in June / July 2007) going to be a very potent and popular platform for the breathtaking visuals of Australia to be presented magnificently to the One Billion plus population in India, the 20 million plus non resident Indians who live outside India and the millions of others in the East and West who have over the past few years got addicted to the Bollywood form of entertainment.
So it is in the scheme of things, for the promotions of the film the producers availed of the talent of the popular music group from Australia THE GIRL BAND to promote their film HEYY BABYY which has that perfect Indo-Australian backdrop and blend.
It will also add to the flavour of the Indo-Australian cultural fusion which has so extensively thrived over the past few years in the trade and now in the talent sector.