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Rakul Preet Singh: ‘Naa dooja koi’ is a romantic song from a girl’s point of view

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Hyderabad, July 21, 2021- Actress Rakul Preet Singh appears in the music video of Jyotica Tangri’s new song “Naa dooja koi”. The video has crossed 25 million views on YouTube in less than a week, and the actress is happy that the song is catching up.

“This song is super romantic and from a girl’s point of view. The beauty of this song is that it tells a full story in the video I’m so overwhelmed with the viewership it has hit and the love it has got from the audience. This is a beautiful song that grows on you,” Rakul tells.

The music and lyrics of the song are credited to Arko and the video also stars actor Pavail Gulati.  (Agency)Rakul Preet Singh

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