Electronic music producer Nucleya has composed two songs for Phantom Films' forthcoming movie titled "High Jack". He says he is a massive fan of filmmaker and the production house's co-founder Anurag Kashyap.
The musician is happy on his second collaboration with Phantom Films. Earlier the two had teamed up for "Mukkabaaz".
"I'm just a massive fan of Anurag and I really like his work. All the projects he associates with or that come through Phantom are not the mainstream norm of Bollywood," Nucleya, whose real name is Udyan Sagar, said in a statement.
"I think it's super refreshing that there is a production house trying to push the envelope and do new stuff as far as the Hindi film industry goes. It would be easy for them to just push the same stuff as everyone else, but they don't. They have this independent streak that I really identify with."
Nucleya's two compositions "Behka" and "Aapaatkaaleen" from "High Jack" have already received thumbs up from the audience.
"High Jack", which stars Sumeet Vyas, Sonnalli Sehgal, Mantra, Sarthak Kakar and Kumud Mishra, is touted as Bollywood's first ever stoner comedy.
Produced by Phantom Films in association with Viu, "High Jack" is directed by Akarsh Khurana and is slated to release on Friday.
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