Punjabi singers B Praak and Neeti Mohan are seen in fabulous music videos that are beyond expectations. He is an Indian singer and music director associated with the Punjabi and Hindi music industries. He started his career as a music producer, and later debuted as a singer with the song Mann Bharrya.
Neeti Mohan is an Indian singer. She sings mainly in Hindi and a few Tamil films but has also done songs in Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Punjabi, and English.
These musicians have collaborated, and the outcome that has come is wonderful. The song ‘Roohedaariyaan’ has a lovely music video. Also, the music composer of the song has gained a lot of love from the fans.
In the music video, the character revolves around three people, with the main male lead being loved by two female leads. Along with this, the music is the same as the old Punjabi music video concepts that are generating misunderstandings between the couple in the third person. But the music and the coordination between B Praak and Neeti Mohan are highly appreciated, which is rarely seen today. Along with this, the songs have been shot in some hilly areas.
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The song has been shared on the Official Youtube of DM (Desi Melodies) with the caption “Desi Melodies is proud to present 'Roohedaariyaan' with BPraak and Neeti Mohan; a song that will give you chills and goosebumps at the same time. Melancholic lyrics penned by Shloke Lal combined with Akashdeep Sengupta’s fervent composition make it the most heartfelt song of the year. If that wasn’t enough to give you all the feels, the accompanying short film directed by Arivndr Khaira and produced alongside Jaani will accentuate the emotion without a fail”.
The song is sung by B Praak and Neeti Mohan, whereas the actors are Shaylea, Rahul Jaittly, and Sana Sultan, the music is composed by Akashdeep Sengupta, the lyrics are by - Shloke Lal, and the music video is directed by Arvindr Khaira.
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