Mumbai: Singer Palak Muchhal broke down while recording a song titled “Lori” for Mahesh Bhatt's TV show “Naamkarann”. “I was so touched by the lyrics of this song that when I started to record it, tears kept flowing until I had to take a break and calm myself down,” Palak said in a statement. In fact, her mother who was present at the studio, as well as Bhatt too were seen getting emotional. “'Lori' is a gift that Mahesh sir has given to me. This song will always be every close to me since it is a beautiful piece of creation and it will be loved by public for sure,” Palak said in a statement. The show, which will go on air on September 12 on Star Plus channel, revolves around the life of a young girl Avni. The story of the show is progressive and will be questioning the social stigmas of society. It will explore the journey of a 10-year-old who carves her own identity and takes charge of her own destiny. -*- Amit Trivedi joins ‘The Voice India Kids' team Musician Amit Trivedi will turn battle advisor for singer Shekhar Ravjiani's team on “The Voice India Kids”. Known for creating mellifluous as well as peppy numbers, Trivedi will join the show to hone the singing skills of contestants from Team Shekhar, read a statement. Trivedi said: “The talent is very good. At such a young age, they are doing a fabulous job. A few of the kids that I heard are really exceptional and I am sure they have a very bright future in the industry.” The show is aired on &TV. -*- Sonakshi Sinha's 'Beat pe booty' moment Sonakshi Sinha showcased her dance moves on the sets of dance reality show “Dance +”, and the actress says it was a fun experience. Sonakshi, who came to promote her forthcoming film “Akira” on the Star Plus show, danced to the beats of “Beat pe booty” with director and super-judge Remo D'Souza. “I was being challenged by Ekta Kapoor for this #BeatPeBooty challenge for 'A Flying Jatt', but I was waiting for the right moment. And the right moment came on the sets to do with the man behind the dance moves - Remo D'Souza. It was fun accepting the challenge with none other than the godfather of dance,” Sonakshi said in a statement. Sonakshi's presence not only motivated the contestants but also changed the aura of the show. From showing off her dance moves on “Gandi baat” and “Chintaa taa chitaa” to singing on the song from “Akira” movie, Sonakshi brought a fun twist to the show.