[an error occurred while processing this directive]Mika is miffed with director Deepak Tijori. The singer's song was deleted off from the movie Fox without informing him or even having a word with him. Mika had shot for a song called 'Sexy Kudiye' for the movie. The song was solely shot with Mika, which was a part of the movie. A source reveals, "During the editing stage, the song was taken out, without updating Mika for the same. He learnt of the same after he didn't see his song airing with the promos. It is quite a peppy number which was decided to be used as one of the song promos."
It is learnt that Mika's song was replaced with another song called 'Jashn Jashn' sung by singer Aakriti Kakkar. Mika says, "Everyone knows that to which ever movie I have given my songs, they have turned out to be super hits. Right from Jab We Met, Oye Lucky Lucky Oye, Singh Is Kinng. People who have removed my song will be unlucky. It is bad luck for them that they don't have my song in the movie."
He continues, "I was aware that the song is removed but you reminded me now. They didn't ask me before removing it. As my duty I sent them the song, now it was up to them if they wanted to use it or not. We didn't have an agreement that I should be upset. The producer called me and told me that they are removing the song."
"The release is less than one week away and there is no buzz about the movie. By deleting my song, they have added bad luck to the movie. I am not affected; on the other hand I have gained confidence," adds Mika. Director Deepak Tijori says, "Yes, we have removed Mika's song. Once we all sat down to watch the movie, we realized the song wasn't fitting in. It was breaking the story plot of the film. The production house and I jointly decided to delete the song."
Did you inform Mika about it? He says, "This is handled by the production department. They will have to inform him. He is a dear friend of ours." Fox is produced by Zee Motion Pictures and is due to release on September 4. The movie stars Sunny Deol, Arjun Rampal, Udita Goswami and Sagarika Ghatge.