Mahira Khan, Azaan Sami Khan team up for special Eid track

The singer took to Instagram to share an action-packed teaser, revealing Mahira as the leading lady


Our Correspondent May 07, 2021

KARACHI:

We are all set to see Mahira Khan back onscreen! The music video for Azaan Sami Khan’s new single Tu is almost here and just in time for its release, the singer took to Instagram to share an action-packed teaser, revealing Mahira as the leading lady, stated a press release.

The brief teaser clip - which is almost like a film trailer - doesn’t give anything away about the music but shows an engaging mosaic of scenes from the video. Brimming with special effects and animation, it has a wide range of scenes shared by the couple on-screen and hints at tons of chemistry. The fast-paced clip ends with a catchy tune playing in the background, keeping everyone hooked without giving much away.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Azaan Sami Khan (@azaanskhn)

Earlier this week, Azaan teased the new single on his Instagram, with a very brief animated clip captioned, "Tu - See you on Eid!!," with Mahira Khan in the tags. Fans started speculating about Mahira’s involvement in the new project, enthusiastic about Azaan and the Raees star together. 

This year marks Azaan’s debut in the world of singing and songwriting, with him announcing his debut album consisting of 9 brand new songs, namely Maahiya, Dholna, Mein Tera, Jaadugari, Aashiqui, Ik Lamha, Meri Sajna Re feat. Ustaad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Zama, and Tu, along with a Bonus side having live versions and a remix. His debut single Main Tera is still making waves and has now crossed 5 million views on YouTube. 

The music video is directed by Hassan Dawar, and is all set to release on Eid-ul-Fitr next week. 

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