Indian singer Shaan is all set to release a revamped version of his 2000s hit Tanha Dil, which became a massive success for the country’s independent pop scene.
According to the Times of India, the song is slated for release on October 27 and will focus on the importance of mental health. The release of the song is backed by Lupin, a pharma brand, with the singer sharing that he had been mulling over the idea of re-release for some time now.
On how the song can help those suffering from mental health issues, he said, “Coincidentally, it’s happening 20 years after the first track. We have tried to deal with a delicate topic sensitively and I hope people, apart from enjoying the song, imbibe the message as well. Mental health is a long and hard condition to deal with but there always is a light at the end of the tunnel.”
The 49-year-old singer added that he wishes the song will be successful in bringing a smile to his listeners. He elaborated further, “Don’t let them struggle in silence, together let’s make them #SayYesToLife.”
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