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Huma Qureshi, Vidyut Jamwal feature in T-Series's next Single 'Dilagi Bhool Jani Padegi'

Huma Qureshi, Vidyut Jamwal feature in T-Series's next Single 'Dilagi Bhool Jani Padegi'

India Blooms News Service | | 02 Jun 2016, 12:43 pm
Mumbai, June 2 (IBNS) Bhushan Kumar has always created new musical trends and is determined to build singles into a big alternative stream of music to Bollywood.

And while on one hand, he has created a musical record by his single Dheere Dheere (with Hrithik Roshan, Yo Yo Honey Singh and Sonam Kapoor) crossing over 134 million views, he also wants to invest and promote unconventional talented pairs to feature in these videos.
 
In his next single titled “'Dilagi Bhool Jani Padegi “, sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan features a very fresh and unconventional pair of Vidyut Jammwal and Huma Qureshi. 

The single which is a romantic number has been directed by cinematographer Kiran Deohans. The song is an adaptation of a Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan song by the same name.
 
The song shot in Goa also features the dynamic singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan himself. The song is set to release on June 8.

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