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By Rupanshi Saklani . 27th November 2018 05:00pm

One of the young and biggest heart throb in the Punjabi music industry is Manindar Buttar who has always enthralled us with some amazing numbers like ‘Dil nu’, ‘Naaran te Sarkaran’, ‘Yaari’ and many more. Earlier the singer came up with his songs after a huge gap but now it seems that he is on a spree of releasing new songs. He also shared a message with his fans regarding this on his Instagram account where he said:

Attention mittro ❗️❗️ Gaane 2 ayune aaaa 🤗🤗 Ewe raula payea si munda gaane late karda late karda😂😂😂 Hun kithe hatda munda jatto 🎵🎵🎵#whitehillmusic

Few days back Manindar Buttar also took to his instagram account and informed his fans that he will be coming up with songs more often now. And as you all know in the month of September the singer came up with a sad track titled as ‘Ik Ik Pal’ and then just few weeks later he announced his another sad song ‘Who Cares’. And both these songs were loved by his fans.

However,talking about his latest release ‘Sakhiyan’ which is a sad romantic melody the song has till now crossed over 30 Million views on YouTube and is still being loved by his fans. And just recently he has announced his the title of his upcoming track. The singer has uploaded a new picture on his Instagram account which he has captioned as ‘Holla Holla’.

Holla holla❗️          
Next one
Bhut Jaldi 😎😎
“Sakhiyaan” cross 30 million
🤗🤗 💪 Thnk u tuhada Sab Da Bhut bhut 😊

The singer has also revealed his first look for the new song in the picture where he is looking like a ‘Sheikh’. Well, till now the singer has not shared any other detail regarding the song like who has scripted the lyrics and who has composed the music of the song. But looking at the picture and from the title we can say that the song is definitely going to be an iconic beat number.

So here we all are waiting for him to present his next surprise soon.

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