T-Series artist Guru Randhawa, is one of India’s Punjabi music artiste to feature on Billboards Top 25, has had many successful hits with Bhushan Kumar. After giving us hits like High Rated Gabru, Patola, Lahore, Ban Ja Rani and many more is back with yet another single ‘Made in India’ produced by T-Series
The Punjabi single is composed and written by Guru himself while the song was shot in Milan with Elnaaz Norouzi and directed by Directorgifty. Guru who has featured in his videos before, but for the first time will be seen portraying a character. Seen as a local taxi driver, the video shows Guru trying to woo the model he falls in love at first sight. Shot in the beautiful lanes of Milan, we see Guru trying different ways to make the girl befriend him and eventually fall in love.
Speaking on the lyrics and composition, Guru says, “Whenever I compose my songs I try and ensure I don’t repeat my tunes and try different beats. Even for Made in India, I have tried have explored new chords and a few beats that I have added is basically my voice that sounds like a flute. When I got the final composition most final programming, I asked Bhushanji to hear the song and he instantly liked it. Immediately the team and I started working on video concepts.” Speaking about the video, Guru adds, “It is my first ever video to be shot in Milan, it’s a beautiful city and it was an incredible experience. The colors, textures, and frames we were hoping to see in the video have come out impressive.”
Bhushan Kumar who has successfully revived music videos and wants to releases as many as 10 or so videos every year is confident with Guru’s single. Speaking about his association with Guru, “Guru is an artist who is exploring with music with changing times. He is always ready to try new tunes, ideas, and concepts. Our association has evolved over the years and enabled us to give chartbuster songs. Made In India takes Guru’s work a notch higher and will yet again be another of our hits together.”
Watch the video: https://youtu.be/pnMQLrS5sTE
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