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Singing was an emotional experience for John Abraham

The star is part of the song Rang laal for Force 2, and says recording it was an emotional experience.

Published: 31st October 2016 05:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st October 2016 05:52 AM   |  A+A-

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By BNS

For the first time, John Abraham has lent his voice to a song. The star is part of the song Rang laal for Force 2, and says recording it was an emotional experience.

Revealing how he came to be part of the film, John says, “I would like to give the credit to director Abhinay Deo for the Force 2 anthem ‘Rang laal’ because Abhinay had thought about this a year back. Then Abhinay and Vipul (Shah, the film’s producer) spoke to me about using my voiceover in the song, stating, ‘you just have to lend your voice.’ I thought it was very apt because my character ACP Yash Vardhan is a police officer on a mission and is clear about what he has to do. It was just right for me to lend my voice to the song.”

John found recording the song an extremely emotional experience. “I’ll give the credit to Bhushan Kumar who wrote the lyrics because every time I was singing, I had tears in my eyes. I was singing it very passionately and my anger was coming naturally; if you are an Indian, it will come naturally. For me, this process was very beautiful. It was just a voiceover but it’s an extraordinary experience.”

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