Katrina Kaif’s Nursery Rhyme Album by AR Rahman

By April 28, 2010 No Comments

Bollywood heartthrob Katrina Kaif recorded a nursery rhyme album with Oscar winner music director A.R. Rehman for the music company SaReGaMa. Money from the album will build a school for toddlers in Madurai. Katrina Kaif sung professionally for first time in these rhyme songs for kids. This English nursery rhymes album will be available in both audio and video CDs and DVDs.

Katrina got inspirations for singing nursery rhymes from, Maya her 3-years-old niece, child of her eldest sister. She told that she is very much willing to help the cause of economically and emotionally deprived children. Katrina is actively participating in other charity works with her mother Suzanne for her organization “Relief Projects India and Mercy Home”. She had donated checks from her TV appearances like Dus Ka Dum and Kaun Banega Carorepati to this very cause.

“It’s a fun album for kids, something I always wanted to do, to deepen my connectivity with kids. I had a ball recording the numbers. I haven’t laughed so much for a very long time”, Katrina said after recording the album. “It isn’t in good taste to talk about these things. It’s just a tiny school for toddlers being built next to the orphanage that my mom runs in Madurai”, she added. She also said that she aims to do more charity work in future.

The album is named “Rhymeskool”. B.R. Vijaylakshmi, the general manager of audio visual media of SaReGaMa said that Katrina has done an amazing job and he also said that the album will make learning rhymes a fun and engaging experience for child.

Katrina Kaif also plans to do another album on love songs and she wants to have children. “I give myself 4-5 more years in the industry. Then I’ll get married and have babies”, she said commenting on her new nursery rhyme album.