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Akriti Kakar’s ‘Ki Kar Gaiyaan’ is a song for wedding season

Mumbai, Jan 28, 2022 – Playback singer Akriti Kakar’s new Punjabi single ‘Ki Kar Gaiyaan’ featuring content creators Bhavin Bhanushali and Sameeksha Sud, was released on Friday.

The music of the song is composed by Deep Kalsi, who has also doubled up as a lyricist.

Talking about the song, Akriti said in a statement, “Simplicity is beautiful and that’s what I felt when we created this song. As a singer, I’ve poured my heart into the song with all honesty. ‘Ki Kar Gaiyaan’ is about things we do in love!”

She further said: “Each one of us has experienced this feeling of falling and rising, forgetting and remembering, losing and finding, insomnia and adrenaline rush at some point in our lives. This song describes exactly the journey one takes in love, a simple straight from the heart romantic Punjabi song.”

Talking about the visual of the song, she said: “The video features the extremely loved actor/ influencers Sameeksha Sud and Bhavin Bhanushali spreading their sheer magical chemistry in a big fat Indian wedding set up for our music video under the direction of Chirag Arora.”

Sameeksha said that the shooting experience was amazing.

“Akriti ki awaaz boht soothing hai (Akriti has a very soothing voice). I could actually imagine myself lip syncing that song. Kuch gaane sunkar lagta hai ki haan yeh hai aapke liye (some songs are meant for you) you want to do it so this was one of those songs.”

Deep Kalsi mentioned: “It was a great experience. We shot this at the same time last year. It was sunny and very cold. It was an excellent time to shoot with Bhavin and Sameeksha, they’re amazing actors.”

“Chirag sir ne humein bohot acche se aisi situation mein jaha itni thand thi waha direct Karke humara itna accha music video banaya hai (Chirag sir tastefully shot the video in breathtaking locales). I hope the viewers love it as much as we do,” he concluded.  (Agency)

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