Lollypop sensation Pawan Singh's first Hindi Song Kamariya Hila Rahi Hai is out now Jackky Bhagnani’s Jjust Music
Monday, February 24, 2020 15:15 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh, of hit number Lollypop Lagelu made his grand entry in Hindi music industry with his latest track Kamariya Hila Rahi Hai which is out today. Pawan Singh will be seen matching steps with popular dancer Lauren Gottlieb in the song which has been choreographed by Mudassar Khan.

The song a Holi number was released today by Jjust Music. Jjust Music founded by actor Producer Jackky Bhagnani has been making high quality music tracks. Their last album was Alia Bhatt led Prada, music by the Doorbeen, Takda Rawan with Vishal Mishra and Choodiyan with popping and tutting sensation Dytto was a huge hit, Jackky Bhagnani himself grooved to the music with Dytto and Haaye ve with Ammy Virk.

Since Pawan Singh is already a rage with Bhojpuri songs Lollypop Lagelu and Badnam kar dogi. He has a huge fan following all over. Pawan is excited with this Holi number Kamariya Hila Rahi Hai and is hoping that the festival of Holi will be a riot of colors with his number.



Bhojpuri superstar Pawan Singh says _`I am hoping like my other Bhojpuri numbers this song "Kamariya-Hila Rahi Hai" will be the Holi anthem of the year. I am excited and am awaiting the audience views on this song. I am sure that the song will create joy on the festival of Holi. This is my first mainstream Bollywood style Hindi song and I can't thank Jackky Bhagnani and Jjust music enough for giving me this opportunity. I had so much fun in making this one. I hope my fans shower the same love on me as they have done for my other songs too.`_

Jackky Bhagnani of Jjust Music says _`We all are so excited with the song. We have recorded the song with Pawan Singh and Payal Dev who are supremely talented and amazing singers. The video, directed and choreographed by Mudassar , has an unmatched energy of Lauren and Pawan Singh with complete Holi vibe . I am looking forward to the audience's reaction to this.`
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