Album- Jaani Ve's Second track, a collaboration between Neha Kakkar and Jaani
September 07, 2019 4:40 PM

This year has been a banger for the Punjabi Lyricist and most accurate shayar Jaani, that we Punjabi's can ever have for real. Riding high on the success of his Debut track "Pachtaoge" sung by the regarded romantic genre singer Arijit Singh, the track features Vicky Kaushal and Nora Fatehi. The track is penned by Jaani while the music for the track was given by B Praak, the official video of the track has been directed by Arvindr Khaira. The three megastars of the Industry have made the Punjabi Industry proud by shining bright and raising the bar for all.

But that is not all! We all know that the track was one to rise faster than any on various charts and the fastest to record it's first million views. However, Jaani served only the dish without revealing the entire menu. Confused? We have it sorted for you. The track 'Pachtaoge' was the first track of the album "Jaani Ve". The album is full of many more little candy tracks for the music lovers.

Moreover, the upcoming track from the album is in collaboration with another top-notch singer of the Bollywood industry. That too for the next two tracks with the one and only Neha Kakkar.

This news was revealed by Neha through her Instagram handle, " I feel Lucky to sing for Him! ♥️ My Most Favourite #Jaani @jaani777 🙌🏼 One song in September, One in October 👌🏼 Can’t wait!! 😇 #NehaKakkar #JaaniVe "

Going back to 'Pachtaoge', the track has crossed it's 100 million views mark already, and the two leads have done an impeccable job when it came to showcasing their skills as actors. Likewise, Nora Fatehi's dance moves add to that Omph factor and build up the heat, so it's bound to be steamy.

We are eagerly awaiting Jaani's album and can hardly contain our excitement.

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