WATCH: Parineeti Chopra's Playback Debut In Meri Pyaari Bindu Is Magical

Finally, Parineeti's dream came true, her debut song from her next Meri Pyaari Bindu also starring Ayushmann Khurrana is out and it's a treat for your senses. Parineeti does full justice to the first song Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin

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WATCH: Parineeti Chopra's Playback Debut In Meri Pyaari Bindu Is Magical

Here's good news for Parineeti's fans. Her much-awaited playback debut is here. (Watch the video above).

Parineeti Chopra returns to the big screen after 3 long years and how!!! A love story, Meri Pyaari Bindu, featuring Ayushmann Khurrana is special for another reason – Parineeti’s singing debut.

Yes, the actress has crooned the romantic number Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin for the venture and it is pure magical. The song will break on 9XM EXCLUSIVELY today at 3pm.

Sister Priyanka Chopra was quick to tweet Pari's song: caught up with the actress to talk about her debut playback and a (audibly) beaming Parineeti says, “Singing is my first and only passion. I have been doing stage shows since I was 3. I have also trained in Hindustani Classical music while growing up. In the past, while shooting for films, I would often joke around with my directors that main ek din gaoongi.”

Talking about how the song came into being, Parineeti reveals that Akshay Roy (director) and Maneesh Sharma (co-producer) had thought about the track a year ago when the team announced Meri Pyaari Bindu.

“We were sitting and jamming with Kausar (Munir, lyricist) one day and she said that she has this poem which may suit the situation of the film. She narrated it to us and it was the perfect fit lyrically and mood wise.”

“At that point of time we only had the mukhda, which I sang for the announcement video. Sachin-Jigar (music directors) have turned it into a beautiful song,” she adds.

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