Posted on February 11, 2016 at 6:32 pm

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Apache Indian and Harbhajan Talwar lend their voice for Born To Be King

Upcoming film Born To Be King launched its explosive soundtrack last night. The launch event was filled with glitz and glamour as stars of the film, music artists and industry representatives came together at a chic London venue to watch the unveiling of two of the film’s most stunning tracks.


Following the huge success of the first release The Way You Look (Baby Girl) sung by KCK, fans eagerly waited to hear the next tracks.

Bringing Bhangra to Britain with a catchy beat and unforgettable lyrics, the first track revealed at the launch was Khushiya, an upbeat, party song, guaranteed to get everybody on the dance floor. The song is sung entirely in Punjabi by Harbhajan Talwar who brings the lyrics to life with his powerful vocals and artistic flair.

A varied soundtrack, the second reveal featured a more urban sound. I Am The King is a dance hall inspired track, featuring the king of Asian reggae himself, Apache Indian, who delivers his performance in his signature style. I Am The King is an infectious song with memorable lyrics and an old school feel.

The tracks released alongside their accompanying videos at the Born To Be King launch event. In attendance were members of the cast, including lead actor Ateesh Randev, his on screen grandfather, Puneet Issar, and the villain of Born To Be King, Ranjeet.

Attendees were even treated to exclusive performances by Apache Indian, Harbhajan Talwar and KCK.

Born To Be King is a British Asian film which bravely takes on government corruption and indifference towards India’s growing drug problem. The film aims to appeal to a wide audience, highlighting the pressures of growing up as a third generation British Asian, while simultaneously celebrating Indian culture.

The movie soundtrack is released on the ASK Movies Ltd label and is available now via digital stores.