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'Call them special songs, not item numbers'

Mumbai, June 5 (IANS) For playback singer Smita, who released her trilingual album 'Smita' last week, a special song sounds more sophisticated than an item number, and if given a chance, she would agree to do it.

2008-06-05T17:04:00Z

Mumbai, June 5 (IANS) For playback singer Smita, who released her trilingual album 'Smita' last week, a special song sounds more sophisticated than an item number, and if given a chance, she would agree to do it.

'I don't think it is right to call such songs item numbers. I would call them special songs,' she told IANS.

'As long as I get a good special appearance through the song and it is shot well, I don't have a problem in doing them. In fact I think that filmmakers put a lot of effort to make these special songs because they are for promotional purposes,' Smita added.

Smita has been singing for the past nine years and has won a Filmfare award for a Telugu number.

Her latest album has been crooned in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil and it has been choreographed by Bosco-Caesar, whose recent works include 'Jab We Met', 'Race' and 'Partner'.

Sajid-Wajid, who have scored the music for 'Welcome', 'Mujhse Shaadi Karoge' and 'Tere Naam', have composed tunes for the album.

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