Tuesday, March 17, 2015 13:59 IST
The journey started in the year 2008 with 'Youngster I' and took its second step in the year 2009 with 'Youngster II'. And now the III part featuring Jassi Gill and Babbal Rai, single hits the Punjabi music grounds on Monday.
Written by Happy Raikoti, the song has been composed by hit-giver Jatinder Shah. Sukh Sanghera has directed the video which looks nothing less than an academy film. Jassi Gill, who's keeping busy with shooting for his next film specially made an appearance on this occasion. He told, `Experimentation is something which I am always ready for. When I got this offer, I nodded immediately and we started shooting. The video is a delight taking the Youngster legacy forward.`
Young lad and Punjabi heartthrob Babbal Rai said, `The audience has made us what we are today. Jassi and I have a good fan following and producing a song collaborating with each other is a double delight for our fans. It is like our duty that every time we come out with something new to entertain our lovers.`
`Jassi and Babbal make a good jodi and have been an inspiration for many in the state. We hope that once again people will give us the best of their love and wishes so that we keep on producing the best of music,` stated directors of the music company.
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