Andy Singh (CEO HR Musik) revelead that the company will be launching the biggest invasion in the music industry called Himesh and the Jewels of India which will have 730 milestone songs by the maestro composer Himesh, who will be featuring with the best singers of India.
Memorable compositions, outstanding singers, biggest videos and huge marketing plans are going to be the strength of Jewels of India. Himesh who has a track record of 650 super hit songs has always believed that content is king and is very excited to bring this biggest music invasion ever in the music industry. Jewels of India will take the level of every artist to another level and that can only happen with great songs which he has been composing for the last 2 years, said an excited Andy Singh.
All other details regarding Jewels of India will be announced at a later date. HR Musik will also have 3 releases in the next 18 months namely, The Xpose 2, Heeriyedirected by Vishal Mishra which stars Himesh and Tigmanshu Dhulia and also another untitled project. HR Musik will also be launching Himesh’s second studio album because fans worldwide are very excited about Himesh doing another studio album after the record breaking success of his debut album as a singer, Aap Ka Surroor.
Himesh has recorded 10 milsestone songs and huge videos have been planned for these songs as well. HR Musik has already delivered 3 successful films as producers Khiladi 789, the Xpose and Teraa Surroor. The reason that all 3 movies have done well at the box office is because they had the right content and costing with great visuals and music, says Andy Singh, CEO HR Musik.
Today success is only possible is content is good at the right cost. We will have 3 releases in the next 18 months for which the scripts are now ready and casting will begin soon while the shoot will commence in November. Himesh will also be revealing his new look. After returning from his Durban show in August, Himesh will be going on a 30 city tour this year to promote his new album which he is very excited about, said Andy Singh