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Gurmeet, Arushi team up for upcoming music video 'Teri Galiyon Se'

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Mumbai, Aug 7 (IANS) Popular TV actor Gurmeet Choudhary and actress Arushi Nishank, who is also a film producer and Kathak dancer, recently shot for a music video titled 'Teri Galiyon Se'.

"It's an unbeatable start of my career, I have started with 'Wafa na raas aaye', so far, the journey is totally rocking. I am hoping that I'll get such love and appreciation from my lovely fans for the upcoming projects as well," says Arushi.

On her upcoming music video, she adds: "The title of my upcoming album is 'Teri Galliyon se'. It's a patriotic song which is releasing on August 11 and has been shot in the beautiful valleys of Uttarakhand - Dehradun and Mussoorie. It's a lovely track which will enlighten a josh in youth too, talking about my co-actor Gurmeet Chowdhary, it was great fun while working with him, he is supportive and also a good friend."

"After the great success of 'Wafa na raas aaye' which was sung by melodious singer Jubin Nautiyal, it's really nice that this song is crooned by non other than Jubin, finger crossed as almost we teamed up again let's see how much love we will be gathered from the audience."

The new music album will soon be releasing, it was shot in Uttarakhand amidst it's soothing weather and beautiful environment.

The actress adds that music videos are great to showcase your talent. "In a 5-6min music video an actor has to perform their heart out so yes it's a tedious yet challenging effort for an actor to showcase the acting talent in a music video."

Music videos are here to stay, she says, adding: "Music videos are the only medium where we can feel connected with the music, while driving or chilling with friends and family. The motive of music videos is to get connected with the emotions and feelings of each person who is listening to it, some feel good and for some, it's heartbreaking so it depends on the mood of the listener."

--IANS

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