Harish Verma & Himanshi Parashar pair up for new music video ‘Dila Mereya’

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Chandigarh, July 20, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)
Times Music presents, ‘Dila Mereya’ a beautiful romantic song sung by Harish Verma and featuring Femina Miss India UP 2018, Himanshi Parashar. Written and composed by Raas Chaawla and Akash Jandu, ‘Dila Mereya’ is one of those rare songs that stay with you a long time.

Harish Verma is a popular and loved Punjabi actor and singer. His expertise in theater and especially in street plays is impeccable. ‘Ikk Vaari Hor Soch Lae’ and ‘Yaar Ve’ are some of Harish Verma’s greatest hits with B Praak and Jaani. They have fetched over 70 million views on YouTube.

The video of ‘Dila Mereya’ features a hopelessly romantic Harish Verma, who is in love with a beautiful girl, played by Himanshi Parashar, but fails to express it in the nick of time. The video elevates the song on a whole new level.

“This song is really close to my heart. Raas Chawla and Akash Jandu have done such a fine job writing and composing, ‘Dila Mereya’! Himanshi was such a fun co-star and we had great time working together. I am really hoping the audience loves this song as much as I do!” – Harish Verma

“Harish Verma has sung this song so beautifully and the direction of the song has been done so well. The music video takes the song to a whole new level. I am really excited about the release of the song and hope the audience receives it well!” – Himanshi Parashar

‘Dila Mereya’ is a Times Music exclusive release and available to watch/listen on Times Music YouTube channel. It is also available on all streaming platforms for you to enjoy.

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