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Chhoo Lo Taaron Ko: Aditya Narayan’s Hindi Rendition For Disney And Pixar’s “Elemental” Track

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Prepare to be swept away by the captivating vocals of Aditya Narayan, the talented and popular Indian playback singer. In a thrilling collaboration, Aditya lends his voice to the Hindi rendition of the track “Steal the Show” from Disney and Pixar’s “Elemental.” Titled “Chhoo Le Taaron Ko,” this beautiful melody promises to transport audiences into the a different world. 

The track, “Chhoo Le Taaron Ko,” brings Aditya Narayan’s emotional and excited side to the forefront. Reflecting on his experience, Aditya expressed his excitement for his daughter to hear the song. He said, “I am delighted to sing for Disney and Pixar’s ‘Elemental.’ I have recently been blessed with fatherhood, and I can’t wait for my daughter Tvisha to grow up and start watching these movies and listening to her father sing their songs in Hindi. It would be exciting to see her listen to Dad’s songs from the bank of songs that I’m building for her.”

But, recording “Chhoo Le Taaron Ko” wasn’t easy for Aditya Narayan. He mentioned, “The song ‘Chhoo Le Taaron Ko’ was quite challenging. It is not every day that I usually have to spend two days in the studio for recording. Although when you hear this song, you will know what a lovely, sweet, and simple song it is. I hope you enjoy it. Watch Disney and Pixar’s ‘Elemental’ only in theaters.”

Directed by Peter Sohn, produced by Denise Ream, and executive produced by Pete Docter, “Elemental” weaves a heart-touching story. The screenplay, by John Hoberg, Kat Likkel, and Brenda Hsueh, and the song’s story, by Sohn, Hoberg, Likkel, and Hsueh, contribute to the film’s magical narrative. “Chhoo Le Taaron Ko” is performed by Aditya Narayan, with music by Ari Leff and Thomas Newman, and lyrics by Mayur Puri.

The soothing melody of “Chhoo Le Taaron Ko” is now available for the audience to enjoy. Disney and Pixar are set to release “Elemental” in English and Hindi on June 23, 2023, exclusively in cinemas.  

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