Popular actor Nishant Malkhani is currently in news for his latest music video titled Thodi Thodi Saans. The song, which also features Kashika Kapoor, has been sung by Yasser Desai and composed by Meet Bros. The song has crossed 2 million views and the handsome actor is very excited about it. He says,”Any song which touches the audience’s heart is a bonus for us. We had shot this song in Chandigarh.
The weather was excellent and it was a pleasure to shoot there. The output was a great combination of hard work and dedication. The song was directed by a talented team called Bideowale Frame Singh from Chandigarh. I am so happy with the final output and really don’t have any complaints. Meet Bros have done a great job with the composition.
And Yasser is one of my favourite singers. This song is an ideal romantic number.” Is it tough to create the romance in a very short span? “Not really. It’s been more than a decade now and by this time I am aware of my skills. It is not tough to create the romance, a good song, a perfect production helps you to push your bar. I have polished my skills over the years. Romance comes very naturally to me.”
Speaking on his selection of songs Nishant says,”My first preference is melody of the song, then the production value and the direction and then the female lead. If the whole package is good I say yes A lot of music videos have been made and this genre is getting popular day by the day like the 90’s.
I enjoy doing music videos. I also put a lot of effort before the shooting. I keep a special attention on my workouts and diets so I look good on camera. We also do a lot of look tests and rehearsals and while doing that I also try to strike a good conversation with my female lead so the chemistry comes naturally on screen.
The shoot takes 2-3 days, but in that time frame we need to create the magic for our audience. I am happy that the song has crossed 2 million views, a lot of reels have been made on the song and overall it has got a great response.”
Nishant has done music videos like Tumse, Meri Bandi, Jogan, in the past.