Song: Baarish Ki Jaaye
Singer: Pratik Bachan (B Praak).
Lyrics Written By: Jaani.
Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sunanda Sharma
The song Baarish Ki Jaaye, featured by Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sunanda Sharma was posted on a YouTube channel DM Desi by the makers of the song. The song lyrics are written by Jaani who is a lyricist and music composer and it’s vocals were provided by B Praak.
Story of the Song:
The summary of the video claims that the song is based on a true story. It says “A Soulful melody of two hearts filled with love and emotions. #Baarishkijaaye where love will have a New meaning. The only way love can last a lifetime is if it’s unconditional . The Bollywood King Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Pollywood queen Sunandha Sharma is all set to take you all to there Dream world . The song is Sung by one of the finnest vocalist B Praak and penned down by Star Maker Jaani . The song is based on true story.”
This is the first time when Nawazuddin has featured a music video. In the song video, Nawazuddin has acted as a local gangster and Sunanda Sharma as an innocent girl. He does everything to make the girl happy and at the end, he goes to marry her. As it rains during the wedding, the grandmother of the girl comes with an umbrella to protect the holy fire of their wedding from being extinguished.
About the Singer:
Pratik Bachan best known as B Praak is an Indian music composer and singer. He was born in Chandigarh Punjab on 7th February 1986.
Praak started his career as a music composer and singer. He primarily works in Punjabi music industry. He debuted with his first song “Mann Bharrya”.
The singer B Praak has composed many hit songs like “Yaar Ni Millya”, “Backbone”, “Soch Joker”, “Ikk Vaari Hor Soch Lae” etc. He released a hit album “Jaani Ve” with song writer Jaani.
In 2019, Praak made his Bollywood debution, first as a singer for the song “Teri Mitti”, written by Manoj Muntashir and composed by Arko Pravo Mukherjee from the hindi movie “Kesari” promoting Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra. After a few months later, he composed a recreation of his hit song “Naah Goriye” which was featured on the soundtrack of Ayushman Khurrana.
Praak won the National Film Award for the best male playback singer for the song “Teri Mitti” at the 67th National Film Awards.
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