Jubin Nautiyal's new track 'O Aasman Wale' tugs at heartstrings

Mumbai, Jan 21 (IANS): Playback singer Jubin Nautiyal's latest track 'Aasman Wale' has hit the airwaves.

The mellow number also stars Neha Khan in her first collaboration with the singer. The song, composed by 'Paani Da Rang' hitmaker Rochak Kohli, has been penned by Manoj Muntashir and is produced by Bhushan Kumar's T-Series.

The director Navjit Buttar has shot 'O Aasmanwale' in the picturesque locales of Shimla.

Talking about the song Jubin said: "'O Aasmanwale' is a very soulful yet very intense track. As an artist, it's always challenging to take on songs in this genre because you want a listener to feel the emotions behind the lyrics. I hope they enjoy this one."

Neha Khan complimenting her collaborator, said: "I love Jubin's music and I think he is one of the finest singers we have in the country today so it was a huge honour to be part of a song he has sung. Bhushan sir is the ultimate name in music so 'O Aasmanwale' is an incredibly special song to me for many reasons."

Bhushan Kumar said: "Jubin Nautiyal has time and again proved to be a singer who can uplift any song. He and Neha did a brilliant job in 'O Aasmanwale' that make you truly empathize with their characters."

'O Aasmanwale' is available to stream on T-Series' YouTube channel.



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