The Smurfs to dance to Indian tune
Mumbai: Animated Hollywood movie 'The Smurfs 2' will have an Indian song called "Na na na" featuring Chennai-based singer Adhi.
Adhi, who belongs to Hip-Hop Tamizha and was behind YouTube hit "Club le Mabbu le", will be joined by by the top nine contestants of Sony Entertainment Television's popular primetime show 'Indian Idol Junior' for the song.
They join an illustrious group of top international artistes. The film's international soundtrack features Britney Spears' hit "Ooh la la". Other major international artists that have shown some Smurf love include Right Said Fred's "I'm too smurfy" and LMFAO's "I'm vexy and I know it".
Sony Music will make the song available across all digital platforms. The sequel will hit theatres on August 2 in 3D in English and Hindi.
Pop star Katy Perry has voiced the lead character of Smurfette, who in the sequel, gets kidnapped by evil wizard Gargamel.
Smurfette knows the secret spell of turning Naughties, Smurf-like creatures created by the wizard, into real Smurfs. It is now up to Papa, Clumsy, Grouchy, and Vanity to rescue Smurfette and bring her to their blue world.
The sequel to live action/animated family blockbuster comedy 'The Smurfs' has been directed by Raja Gosnell and produced by Jordan Kerner.
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