Bhushan Kumar brings Ayushmann Khurrana’s next single
T-Series launched Ayushmann Khurrana’s next Punjabi single ‘Mitti Di Khushboo’
T-Series’ Bhushan Kumar after a releasing Yo Yo Honey Singh’s latest album released yet another non film music track with Bollywood actor – singer Ayushmann Khurrana.
After working on Nautanki Saala and giving a hit track in film Sadi Galli, Ayushmann and Bhushan together bring yet another chartbuster single ‘Mitti Di Khushboo’. Ayushmann Khurrana with his old friend Rochak Kohli released their new Punjabi single composed by Rochak and sung by Ayushmann which is written by Rochak Kohli, Gurpreet Saini, Gautam Govind Sharma. A soft earthy romantic track will feature Ayushmann Khurrana along with leading Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi for the first time. A soft number symbolizes love, heartbreak and togetherness that was launched at an event today in Mumbai.
At PVR Juhu, Bhushan Kumar unveiled the video of Mitti Di Khushboo in the presence of Ayushmann Khurrana, Rochak Kohli, Huma Qureshi, Amit Roy (the video director).
Bhushan Kumar, T-Series speaks on taking his association ahead, “Mitti Di Khusboo will just mesmerize the audiences with its composition, lyrics and the way the video is shot. Huma with Ayushmann makes the video beautiful. Rochak who has composed the song has given the audience breathtaking songs like Sadi Galli and Pani Da Rang with ayushmann and Rochak, Gurpreet and gautam have crafted beautiful soothing lyrics for this particular track. I am happy to work with Ayushmann again who is so true to his work and is equally passionate about music.”
Ayushmann happy with his new release, “Mitti di Khushboo” is about rain, love & nostalgia. The festive season is on & it will be a perfect home coming anthem for everyone. Thanks to Bhushan Kumar for getting non-film music back in the spotlight.
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—- Rani Mol wrote —-
“Mitti di Khushboo” is about rain, love & nostalgia. The festive season is on & it will be a perfect home coming anthem for everyone. Thanks to Bhushan Kumar for getting non-film music back in the spotlight.