The latest music album, Baby Girl, by popular singer Dhvani Bhanushali and Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa is on air and is getting fan followings each day. The duo has released the song on October 1. This song has been directed as well as choreographed by Remo Dsouza. The duo will be seen on the platform of India’s Best Dancer. So, now the crowd is already excited to have a glance of the singers together on the stage.  


The Main Attraction

  It is indeed big news that popular singers like them will be appearing on the stage of India’s Best dancer. But there is another attraction that awaits the episode. Guru Randhawa would be seen singing the song Lahore and dancing around Malaika Arora. The actress will also be seen dancing and enjoying the presence of the graceful singers.  

About The Song

  An absolutely suitable song for any party, this peppy, romantic song has been shot in Goa. As the statement recorded from Guru Randhawa, he said, “Baby Girl is a peppy, happy track and it’s a song fans will love. The journey of making this song was very memorable. The beat, lyrics and composition just came to me in the studio and I thought Dhvani was perfect for the female vocals. It was amazing shooting for this song with Remo and I’m grateful to Bhushan Sir for making this happen.” Whereas young singer Dhvani Bhanushali also added her comment, saying, “This is my first time shooting with Remo sir and it was an incredible experience. The shoot was very easygoing and the video turned out really great. It’s always amazing working with Guru and I thank Bhushan Sir for giving me this song. It is a song full of fun, love, and dancing.” The track bagged 479k views within an hour of the release. This song has been written by Guru Randhwa himself. This is the second collaboration that the two did after the song Ishare Tere. So sit back and wait for the episode to enjoy the duo slaying the fans with their performance and leaving the stage on fire.


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