Kumar Mangat compliments Raghav Sanchar’s music for Bittoo Boss

“We know for the fact that the music of this movie is something that the young generation will thoroughly enjoy. Raghav has done a brilliant job and I am very glad that Salman came to encourage us,” said Kumar Mangat. There are seven songs in the album of the movie. Bittoo Sab Ki Lega sung by Mika, Kaun Kenda sung by Sonu Nigam and Shreya Ghoshal, Kick Lag Gayi (1) sung by Raghav Sachar and Tulsi Kumar, Audi (Tenu Tak De) sung by Raghav Sachar and Natalie Di Luccio, Kabootar sung by Mika, Mann Jage sung by Shahid Maliya and Kaun Kenda (1) sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Shahid Maliya.


“The background of the movie has wedding in it and that’s why the songs are all very foot-tapping wedding numbers. I enjoyed composing and singing for the movie,” said Raghav. The music label of the album is T-Series.

Launch of Cafe Mangii in Versova

Saturday night saw the glamour and glitterati from tinsel town basking in the glory of an amazing evening at the newlylaunched *Cafe Mangii in Versova*. Welcoming the guests to an epicurean slice of Italy, hosts Rohit Roy and promoter of Café Mangii, Prashant
Chaudhri greeted and welcomed leading luminaries of the film and television fraternity, to indulge in the warm hospitality and delicious food that Café Mangii is famous for. *The star-studded evening witnessed the launch of Rohit Roy’s film “Shaukeen” – a remake of the 1982 classic by Basu Chatterjee. *

Rohit Roy with wife

Café Mangii opened its doors in the plush locales of Versova in a completely new and luxurious avatar! Well-situated in one of Mumbai’s up-market neighborhoods, the two-storey villa very distinctly catches eyeballs with its artistic furniture, highlighting rustic architecture at its best and a well-illuminated porch, alluring people from all walks of life. Famous for its hand-crafted Napolitana wood-fired oven pizzas and al dente pastas cooked to perfection, the guests enjoyed every bit of what was

Café Mangii is the brainchild of Mumbai-based Prashant Chaudhri, who has a passion and flair for hospitality and good food. With several restaurants already to his credit and the third Café Mangii in Mumbai (after Powai and Khar), Prashant has his hands full with expanding the brand across the country. *Speaking about his new venture, Prashant said*, “Café Mangii has made a name for itself because of its high quality and warm and friendly service, offering its loyal patrons an unmatched culinary experience. With
Versova being the haunt of many foodies, we are sure this multi-level dining destination will be appreciated by one and all. The hand-made wood-fired pizzas enjoy pride of place on our menu and we hope to attract many gourmet lovers here with our little slice of Italy.”

Prashant Chaudhri with Sophie Choudhary

The evening saw eminent personalities enjoying the delicacies and flavors of the restaurant. While lip-smacking food and exotic wines were flown inbetween animated conversations, one could hear soft music blending in with the warm and intimate ambience complimented perfectly by the nip in the air.


Singer Mika takes to acting now.

Mika is at it again, seems like Mika loves to surprise his fans all the time. Now, Mika is not only doing a promotional song for the film “Loot” but is also making his acting debut in Bollywood with this film directed by Rajnish Thakur. Loot is a comedy starring Govinda and Suniel Shetty.

Mika is super exited about the cameo in the film. He said that “I never thought that I would act because I have always been a singer and was happy doing the videos for my songs. However, I guess, it’s very rightly said that ‘Once a performer always a performer’ and I think there is no end to it. After we have achieved one goal we want to achieve more in life. Now, I want to act more in films.”

When asked about the song, Mika said “I have penned the song keeping the latest trend in mind. We have spoken about everyone right from a Politician to a Bollywood celebrity in this song. However, I am sure that after listening to the song none of the politicos or the people mentioned in the song will be offended by the song.”

Even we agree ‘Once a performer, always a performer’ and there is no end to it. Can’t wait to see the “Actor Mika” now.