The song ‘Tujhe Dhunde Meri Jaan’ tells a story of love and separation, set in London where talented actors Samer Singh Dawar and Srishti Jain can be seen lost in love. Both actors have been praised for their performance and expressions as the story progresses with the beats of the song.
With reference to his first project as a male lead, Dawar said: “I began my journey as a background dancer and supporting artist, so being the lead has always been a dream. I am now proud to announce that this wish has been fulfilled through ‘Tujhe Dhunde Meri Jaan’, which is backed by T-Series, India's largest Music Label & Movie Studio.
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“Given this music video is my official entry into cinema, it has been a blessing to have several talented artists come on board to support my vision. The song is a catchy, intense romantic number and when it comes to ‘love’, London is a location that instantly springs to mind. Since I have lived there, shooting in the city was a must and it felt poignant to return home for this crucial breakthrough in my career.
“I honestly believe no other geographical setting could’ve done justice to our song, especially when it comes to the scenic beauty, sparkling lights and picturesque skies. Furthermore, I feel that the Victorian and urban tone of our video will resonate with viewers too.”
The T-Series Pop Chart Busters label unveiled the poster for the upcoming music video, sung by playback singer Asit Tripathy – a recent winner of the Best Upcoming Male Voice Award at the Mirchi Music Awards and known for a number of Bollywood hits.
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A joint project of Filmy Brats Production and Soul For Screen Ltd and directed by Zaigham Hameed Butt, a music video teaser is due on March 26 and the video itself released worldwide on March 31.
Actress Srishti Jain, from the popular television series ‘Hamari Wali Good News’, said: “I loved the song the second I heard it! I hope everyone who hears it falls in love with it.
“London was so beautiful. I visited for the first time, and it was so, so cold but fun. Filming in the cold had its own challenges which made it super memorable.”