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Amruta records song with Bappi Lahiri

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Producer Manju Bharti of the film 'Do Pal Pyaar Ke' recently hosted a song recording session with Babul Supriyo, Amruta Fadnavis and Bappi Lahiri in Mumbai. The team of the film which is being produced under the banner of Vivek Film Production House seems to be on a musical high. “Soothing voice bleeding with the lyrics is the perfect recipe for a chart buster. One of the songs of the film is high on musical richness, subtlety and its uncanny ability to reach deep within our hearts.

The song will make everyone embark into a blissful world of tranquil music and magnificent ambiance,” said a spokesperson. Producer Manju Bharti said, "We have recorded two songs. One is an out-an-out groovy track, the second song is slow romantic number. Both the songs have "letting all go" kind of vibe. We have given our best shot, in terms of melody and lyrics.""We are overwhelmed to have legends like Babul Supriyo, Amruta Fadnavis and Bappi Lahiri on board. Their work and talent are beyond words, with their voices the music album of the film will be its USP," added Bharti.

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