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Finally the wait is over for Nisha Bano's song 'Dil Armani'! | Gabruu

By Ritika Nath . 24th September 2019 01:30pm
Finally the wait is over for Nisha Bano's song 'Dil Armani'! | Gabruu

The artists of the Punjabi entertainment industry never limit themselves to a specific boundary because they are exploring themselves and trying their luck in variant fields. Singers turning actors, an actor turned director or producer is what something which is in trend nowadays.

And one among these artists is the talented actor-singer, Nisha Bano who has done wonders with her acting as well as with her singing. Recently she nailed it with her acting in Ammy Virk-Wamiqa Gabbi starrer 'Nikka Zaildar 3'. Now, she is all set to drop her new song titled ‘Dil Armani’.

Some time back, she shared the official poster of the song and she has also revealed the that the song will be out on September 25 under the label of Vanya Records and VK Media.

Talking about the credits of the song, the music is done by Soul Rockers. The video of the song will be done by Director Ankur, which will be produced by Rohit Garg and Gavyy Cheeka. The beautiful lyrics have been penned down by Gurbinder Maan.

‘Endless Jatti, Adab Jatti, Ohi Boldi, Drawing Room, Parche Te Charche’ are some of the super hit tracks that Nisha Bano has provided to the audience of the Punjabi industry. All these songs have managed to enthrall the masses and made her amass a huge fan base.

Nisha’s last single track was titled Tere Karke’ which portrayed the urban look of the ‘Desi Queen’. It received immense love and appreciation from the masses. The lyrics of the song were jotted down by Mukku to which the music was composed by LV94. The song has crossed more than 900 K views on YouTube already. Now, we are waiting for her forthcoming song ‘Dil Armani’.

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