Pakistani singer Mustafa Zahid says his song "Hum jee lenge" was initially a break-up song "Kaise jiye", which had a connection to his personal life.
The 30-year-old, who did songs like "To phir aao", "Khuda kay liye" and "Teri yaadon se", never wanted to complete "Hum jee lenge", which now features in Vishesh Bhatt's directorial debut "Murder 3".
"The story of the song is not something that I planned," said the singer who wrote the song for someone, "then I could not complete it," Zahid told IANS.
"Since Vishesh was a very good friend of mine, so he had heard it during one of our private gatherings. I had picked up the guitar and he loved it. But I told him that I don't want to complete the song because I don't want to go back into that phase of my life," he added.
However, luckily for the soulful singer, the song, which is on Sony Music, did not pull him back into his past.
"The best part about the song was that I did not go back to that phase. It was a break up song, but it turned into a move on song. So from 'Kaise jiye' it became 'Hum jee lenge'," Zahid said.
This is the singer's third association with the Bhatt camp after "Awarapan" and says working with the renowned production house does put some pressure.
"There is no doubt that these guys are the best production house in India. They always deliver chartbuster songs and the best music comes from them. When you are doing a song for them, there is always a pressure on you," Zahid said.