ANNIE KHALID | BE MY BABY MUSIC VIDEO Shot by Bradley.tv | Mixed by Judge Jules | Download from iTunes ALL PROCEEDS FROM SALES OF THIS TRACK WILL GO TO THE PAKISTAN FLOOD VICTIMS Annie Khalid is Asia’s answer to Britney Spears. She was born in Lahore in 1987 then came to UK at the age of 6 months. She grew up in East London and later moved to Essex with her parents. As a child she was a part of the east London Dance Company. In late 2005 Annie sitting bored in her house, started humming a melody. She took that melody to a friend who introduced her to a music arranger. Together they came up with a very simple, yet catchy song which Annie decided to call ‘Mahiya’. With Annie’s simple rendition and style of singing, along with catchy lyrics, she was encouraged by family and friends to take it a step further. The song became an instant hit, being ripped from the video and being sold privately, it became the most accessed Pakistani pop song on the internet for both 2005 and 2006. She won the ‘Most Wanted Song’, ‘Most Wanted Female 2006’ and also ‘The Most Wanted Female 2008’ at TMA (The Music Awards) by viewers choice and many more awards as her career progressed. Within the next year Bollywood Cinema moguls Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt expressed their desire for Annie’s Mahiya, for their upcoming movie ‘Awarapan’. She flew to India to record the song and video, before the movie release and consequently gained more fame and fan following from her neighbouring country than ever …
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This is the second film created by a 9 year old boy with autism and language delays. His ability to manage the camera and provide spontaneous, original narration, has improved markedly since his first production (Diesel 10 Falls Off The Viaduct). There was so much good material to choose from that I had to really sacrifice a lot of it to prevent the film from becoming 10 minutes long! Thank you for your interest and your feedback. Any tips or recommendations any of you have that could help me better use these exercises to Jacks long-term developmental advantage, please let me know!
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