"That speaks volumes about his generosity and the way he feels about the problems of the common man. We thank Mika for his immense support and cooperation, said Gulati."
New Delhi, April 11 - Singer Mika Singh, who will be seen as a tea vendor in the new show Mission Sapne, has also crooned its title track without charging anything for it.

Mika will play a tea vendor and support a common man's dreams. He has also lent his voice for the title track titled Sach hone ko hai sapne that attempts to inspire people and bring out the philanthropic nature of the Colors' show, which aims brings out the humanitarian side of celebrities.

The lyrics of the song are penned by Seema Saini and the music has been composed by Raju Singh.

The temperament of the song is very unlike Mika's style of singing. -. This soulful rendition brings beautifully to the fore the soul of the show, a source said in a statement.

The music video has been directed and produced by Vikas Gulati of Sobo Films.

When Mika heard about the concept of the music video, he on his own readily agreed to sing and feature in it. He went out of his way and gave us four days from his busy schedule for this music video and that too, without charging a penny.

That speaks volumes about his generosity and the way he feels about the problems of the common man. We thank Mika for his immense support and cooperation, said Gulati.

The music video of Mission Sapne, just like the show, features big names like Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Karan Johar, Harbhajan Singh and Varun Dhawan.


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