Guru Randhawa has emerged as one of the most talented singers from the Punjabi singing industry and the world is crazy with his songs. Guru has always given us his best upbeat party numbers like Patola, Suit Suit, High Rated Gabru and many others and for the first time stepped into the shoes of Romance and has nailed it well. About today, Bhushan Kumar released a video song featuring Nushrat Bharucha and Guru Randhawa and the song is ready to blow your mind away.
The song Ishq Tera was released today by T-Series music company and the song is the new song of the season for lovebirds. Ishq Tera features Guru Randhawa and Nushrat Bharucha and is shot in the most beautiful and scenic locations in Himachal Pradesh around the hills and mountains. In the video, Randhawa plays the character of a young tourist driver who hosts the three girls on their trip in the valley. Guru as the driver, makes Nushrat and her friends experience at home with the Himachal Pradesh traditions and treating them with lovely home-cooked food. Nushrat, on the other hand, plays a bubbly, filled with love and cheerful girl, who wants to experience all the beauty the place offers and looks radiant on the screen. Both Guru and Nushrat make a great pair on-screen and their chemistry will surely remind you of your first love. The song composed and penned by Guru Randhawa himself tells the tale of a young man who falls in love with a girl and with ample of feelings churning on his mind, just wants to capture every glimpse of his love into his eyes.
Earlier in the day, as the song released, Bhushan Kumar, Guru Randhawa and Nushrat Bharucha took to their social media handles to share the news. Meanwhile, Nushrat on the work front is busy with her upcoming film Dream Girl co-starring Ayushmann Khurrana which is scheduled to hit the theatres on September 13 this year.
Image source: Instagram/ Nushrat Bharucha, Guru Randhawa, YouTube/ TSeries
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