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GURU RANDHAWA ASKS 'KAUN NACHDI' IN SKTKS

By Gagan Bhullar . 16th February 2018 08:30pm
GURU RANDHAWA ASKS 'KAUN NACHDI' IN SKTKS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7c95giF9wU Remember how Yo Yo Honey Singh had made us shake our legs on Chhote Chhote Peg and Dil Chori in the upcoming Bollywood flick Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety? Well, it's now time to wear those dancing shoes for Guru Randhawa's Kaun Nachdi, which released on 15th February. The audio of the song was launched on T-Series label's official YouTube page. The song from the upcoming flick is an up-beat number sung by Randhawa alongside Neeti Mohan crooning the female vocals. The music is composed by the Punjabi singer in collaboration with Rajat Nagpal with the words written by Guru himself. Although only audio version has been released, we are definitely looking forward to watch Nushrat Bharucha, Kartik Aaryan and Sunny Singh in the dance video. After the trio has sizzled the floors in the last two dance numbers, Kaun Nachdi promises to be another hoedown. As about Guru Randhawa, the Punjabi singer is busy taking Bollywood by storm with his impressive singing talent. Starting from Suit Suit in Hindi Medium and then Ban Ja Rani in Vidya Balan-starrer Tumhari Sulu, the songster has definitely established himself as a trusted name to produce chartbusters. The proof of his caliber is the steep rise of his independent single 'Lahore' that made it to the international Billboard Top 25 charts on YouTube. Guru Randhawa has also sung for Saqib Saleem and Taapsee Pannu-starrer Dil Junglee. This track Nachle Na has garnered more than 19 million views on YouTube. Also, he will, once again, sing for Irrfan Khan for the latter's upcoming movie Blackmail. The star-singer who was born in Gurdaspur in Punjab, has risen to the heights of fame and credits legends from both India and Pakistan for his musical sensibilities. Learning to put together tunes at a young age of 10, Randhawa got his first break in 2015, when his brother produced his very first single 'Patola'.  


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