Punjabi music industry is busy churning out finest tunes, experimenting new collaborations and making the listeners go crazy almost on a daily basis. Quality of production is being given priority over the number of tracks a singer can provide. Talking about quality music, the lyricist par excellence, Happy Raikoti is back with his words that have mesmerized many in the past. The famous lyricist behind 'Bapu Zimidar', 'Main Taan Vi Pyaar Karda', 'Dubai wale Sheikh', etc has penned down the words for upcoming track 'Kach Diyaan Chudiyan'. The song is sung by talented and promising belle Sharan Kaur. The song is a presentation of Boombox and Happy Raikoti. The music is given by Mad Mix and the video is directed by Sukh Sanghera. Boom Box label will release the video while it is being produced by Happy Joshi. [caption id="attachment_30096" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Source: Instagram[/caption] [caption id="attachment_30097" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Source: facebook[/caption] As revealed by the lyricist himself, 'Kach Diyaan Chudiyan' will be a folk romantic song, unlike Raikoti's usual go-to style of up-beat and dance tracks. However, his songs are indeed famous for their subtle folksy, earthen tunes. The song will mark Sharan Kaur's debut into mainstream singing. She has, earlier, covered songs in her golden voice. Happy Raikoti is also marking his comeback after his marriage with 'Kach Diyaan Chudiyan'. The singer had tied knot with his lady love Khushi earlier this month and was on a blissful recess for almost two weeks. And coming back with a song like 'Kach Diyaan Chudiyan', looks like he was inspired by his new bride while writing this one. While Sharan Kaur is making her first appearance as a main vocalist with this song, Raikoti has an impressive list of works as a lyricist, singer and actor to his credits. His last outing as a singer was Peg Sheg, which had released under White Hill Music banner last month. The lyricist-singer is also an equally fine actor and will soon be seen in Gippy Grewal's ambitious project 'Subedar Joginder Singh'.