https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fp6hfeO5TU8 Guru Randhawa recently released his much anticipated single, 'Lahore', the song within hours went on to be a viral hit after its appearance on the American video-sharing site, Youtube. A Punjabi music melody choreographed on the streets of New York, USA. The music film of the song looks quite sleek and a bit of its artwork is inspired by Jay Park's 'Aquaman', where Guru is shaking his leg on the white floor in mid of a deserted land. The video stars the songster who is smitten and struck by the beauty of a random girl crossing the street. The song depicts how the vocalist is presenting and singing about her elegance, beauty, grace and his love at first sight for the charismatic girl. In the end, as any of the love movies, Guru finally gets the girl to company him to the long ride which is quite soothing to heart, only when you watch it. Lyrics of the melody have been penned down by Guru Randhawa. The song is also composed by the songster himself, music to the melody is given by 'Vee Music'. The song is not like regional Indian singles which makes 'Lahore' even more special after you watch it. On the inspiration behind the song, Guru stated to a leading news agency, “We were traveling in the car when these lyrics and beats came to my mind. I keep listening to music everywhere and whichever beat or loop strikes my head first I start writing lyrics for it and get into the zone. I compose music by taking inspiration from everyday life activities. This is to let my fans truly enjoy the essence of the music that is being portrayed.” Up till now, the video has accumulated over 20+ million views on YouTube and is trending number one in Pakistan and number 3 in India. Even 'Lahore' is destined to become another classical love hit to be carried forward in yet another Bollywood flick. His earlier hits that have been taken by the B-world are Suit Suit for Irrfan Khan starrer 'Hindi Medium' and Tu Meri Rani was recreated for Vidya Balan starrer movie 'Tumhari Sulu'. The song is receiving all the praise for its visual, and even more than that for Guru's mesmerizing voice. It won't be wrong to say that 'Lahore' is being touted as one of the biggest Punjabi songs and after such love and affection it seems that it might as well become one soon.