VeryâÂÂfew know them as Rishpal Singh Rekhi and Jagwinder Singh Dhaliwal. However the second their stage names, Rishi Wealthy and Juggy D, are introduced, their followers go berserk. That’s precisely what occurred throughout their gig on the Enchanted Valley Carnival lately. Their renditions for films like Growth (2003), Hum Tum (2004) and Kyaa Kool Hai Hum (2005) are unforgettable.
It has been some time since their songs made it to the soundtrack of Bollywood motion pictures. However, followers of Rishi and Juggy can now rejoice — the 2 are set to make music for Hindi movies subsequent yr.
Rishi is so severe about Hindi movie music that he has moved to Mumbai (he was born and introduced up in England). “It has been 5 months since I shifted right here. I wish to be actively concerned in Bollywood now. I’m engaged on Mohit Suri’s Half Girlfriend and Anees Bazmee’s Mubarakan,” says Rishi, who has already accomplished work on the Shraddha Kapoor-Arjun Kapoor starrer.
“I’ve finished two tracks for the movie, and they’re very completely different. I’m on Mubarakan now. There are a few different initiatives, however I am unable to discuss these but.”
Is his inventive companion, Juggy, additionally considering shifting base to India? “Effectively, I could. Over the past three years, I have been spending six months in Delhi and 6 months in London for reveals. However now, we’re utterly focussing on Bollywood,” says Juggy.
Away to date
Requested what stored them away from B-City for therefore lengthy, Rishi says, “I have been within the US, working with Jay Sean. I really feel it is all about timing. Now that I am dwelling right here, I’ll get time to work on motion pictures. I additionally need to concentrate on indie music.”
For Juggy, it is the demand for his or her music that introduced them again. “They need Juggy D, Jay Sean and Rishi Wealthy. That is what we’re doing. We simply did a music for Mubar-akan with Arjun ,” says Juggy, who will launch a solo single subsequent 12 months.