Atif Aslam croons for Irrfan Khan's Bollywood movie, 'Qarib Qarib Singlle'

Published: October 27, 2017
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Atif Aslam is definitely going nowhere!

The Tu Jaanay Na crooner, who has lent his voice for various songs in Bollywood, is back yet again to croon for Irrfan Khan’s latest project, Qarib Qarib Singlle.

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The song, titled, Jaane De, is about the brewing romance between Yogi and Jaya (Parvathy’s character in the film). The love song proves to be an ode to modern relationships, showcasing the nuances of a new age couple.

It effortlessly essays the dilemma of commitments faced by millennials and their relationship problems. Beautifully sung by Atif, the melodious track is sure to touch your hearts.

Talking about the song to Times of India, Irrfan said, “This is my favourite song as it has two of my favorite singers, one is Papon and other is Atif. It’s a beautiful song and of the kind that stays with you and you hear it again and again.”

The actor added, “Sometimes there are lot of important things in life which you feel you are slipping, not able to fulfill; this song is about the same. Whether to hold on or let it go. It’s a kind of song where you are unable to part ways.”

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Previously, Atif crooned for Saba Qamar and Irrfan starrer, Hindi Medium. The song Hoor was well received by the audience.

Parvathy, who has worked in Malayalam, Tamil and Kannada films for almost a decade, will make her Bollywood debut with Qarib Qarib Singlle.

Presented by Zee Studios, the flick is helmed by Tanuja Chandra and is all set to release on November 10, 2017.

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