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Cricketer Suresh Raina to sing a song for Zeishan Quadri's film 'Meeruthiya Gangsters'
Not even a month has passed when Indian cricketer, Sreesanth made his debut as a film actor in a south film. Now here's another cricketer who will be joining the film industry as a singer. Left-handed bastmen, Suresh Raina will make his Bollywood debut as a singer with actor-writer Zeishan Quadri's crime-comedy film 'Meeruthiya Gangsters'.

Raina will record the song 'Tu Mili Sab Mila' for the film in Mumbai. This film Meeruthiyan Gangsters is also the first one of Zeishan Quadri as a director. It will release on September 18 along with Kangana Ranaut starer 'Katti Batti'.

Indian cricketer Suresh Raina confirmed the news of his Bollywood debut in a press statement, "Yes, I will be in Mumbai to record the song. I love old Hindi songs and immediately came on board for this melodious track of Meeruthiya Gangsters and we will be improvising on the music as I am doing this for the first time."

Notably, Raina and Zeishan are good friends. Zeishan has co-written the script of 'Gangs of Wasseypur'. He has also worked in the film directed by Anurag Kashyap. Zeishan has also acted in Kangana Ranaut starer, revolver Rani.

Reportedly, it was the actor-writer-turned director, Zeishan, who encouraged Raina to sing the song. "I was looking forward to an opportunity where I could involve him and am very excited that he will be singing for my film," said Zeishan as per a Hindustan Times report.

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