Mann He Vede: Smita Shewale To Star In Shrinivas Kulkarni's Upcoming Music Video

Shrinivas Kulkarni is ready to set the romantic mood with actress Smita Shewale in his upcoming music video of Mann He Vede

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Mann He Vede: Smita Shewale To Star In Shrinivas Kulkarni's Upcoming Music Video
The soothing melody Mann He Vede, which took everyone on a musical journey of love two years ago, is ready to touch every heart once again! 
This song became a hit in 2018 because of its beautiful lyrics and the soothing voice of singer Anwesshaa. Producer Shrinivas Kulkarni gained so much fame over this amazing melody. Primarily, only the lyrical video of the song was released. But recently Shrinivas teased fans on social media by posting a picture of a clapper board and camera on his Insta handle. Everyone kept asking him about the project, after which he revealed that he'll soon be back with the music video of his hit song Mann He Vede. 

In his recent post on Instagram, Shrinivas revealed the whole team of the music video. This video is directed by director Yogesh Tawar and composed by musician Jeevan Marathe as before. 

Marathi industry's well-known actress Smita Shewale is featured in this music video, as we can see in this picture. Actor Roshan Vichare is featured opposite Smita in this video. Vaishali Marathe's beautiful lyrics touched every heart in the voice of singer Anwesshaa, previously. But, to see and hear this lovely creation in a music video is surely going to be worth the wait. Everyone is excited for this music video, judging by their curiosity in the comments. 

With Smita in the music video, this melody is bound to get more romantic. Shrinivas hasn't revealed the release date yet, but we'll surely hear more details from him soon! 

So stay tuned with us to stay updated on further details of more such amazing musicals!

Image source: Instagram/smitashewale2112
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