Can Vinod Kambli outperform Sachin in singing? Watch ‘Asa Mee Mee Asa’ trailer

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Kambli made his singing debut through a hip-hop dance number.

Just weeks after the Little Master of Indian Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar made his singing debut by humming a cricket song with Sonu Nigam, his contemporary and close friend Vinod Kambli has followed his suit.

According to a news release, the former Indian cricketer made his singing debut through “Asa Mee Mee Asa,” – a hip-hop dance number, produced by Shaleen V Vaid and directed by Jainendra Baxi.

The single, reportedly, holds some glossy and stylish new look of the former Indian cricketer.

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The creative producer, Shrividya Vaid, who styled Kambli, said, “We never wanted that video to look as one of another music video where, there aren’t the visual perception and treat, we were sure to take viewers to another level along with the treatment of the full video.”

While talking to the media Kambli said, “Asa Mee Mee Asa,” was created with the thought that a musical single is the best way to express oneself, in a fun and entertaining way. We are a nation with a song for each moment and situation of life.”

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“Our diverse culture has inspired many-a-song. The lyrics in place are a creative thought process, expressing life. Before making a song, one has to be aware that singing is an art form and not something to take lightly. While a song can be fun (during signing and recording), it still needs discipline. It needs practice and preserving, much like cricket,” he added.

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Director Jainendra Baxi said, “We shot all over Bombay and in the studio, which was an eventful journey in itself. It was fantastic and full of surprises. I would like to thanks my producer Shaleen V Vaid for his support and trust. Very soon we are coming with the full song.”