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News |  18 Apr 2018 14:48 |  By RnMTeam

Guru Randhawa collaborates with Kumar sisters on new single

MUMBAI: Guru Randhawa, the Punjabi sensation is spreading his wings in the music industry. Currently, he singer is all set for another hit song but this time it is with the Kumar sisters. Guru has teamed up with Tulsi Kumar for a new single Raat Kamal Hai. Interestingly, the Patola singer will be sharing the screen with Khushali Kumar.

Produced by T-Series, composed and penned by Guru Randhawa, this happy party number will soon top the playlist. 

Artist Guru Randhawa who has crafted a niche for himself both in the independent and Bollywood music space with his songs like Suit Suit from Hindi Medium, Lahore, Ban Ja Rani from the film Tumhari Sulu and Patola from Blackmail feels delighted about his recent collaboration with Kumar sisters.

“It's an amazing experience collaborating with Khushali and Tulsi Kumar for the first time. Raat Kamal Hain is a fun party track and I'm sure my fans and well-wishers are going to love this song too. It was fun shooting with Khushali and having her in the video. While the sister duo has teamed up in past on many music videos Mere PapaHighway Superstar, this new collaboration is going to be more exciting and engaging for their fans. 

Tulsi Kumar shares her experience of collaborating with Guru, “It’s a beautiful blend of romance in a pepped up party dance number. It’s my first collaboration with Guru Randhawa and I feel our voices have blended beautifully for this number Raat Kamaal Hai which will be a visual and audio treat for the listeners.”

The first look for the song, which was released recently by the trio, will see Guru and Khushali in a sexy avatar. Sporting black leather jackets, bling, and bike which adds that extra spunk making it visually appealing and exciting for the audiences. 

Khushali Kumar comments, “It was the most glammed up, adventurous and romantic video. See me and Guru dance to definitely the best party song of this year sung by none other than Guru Randhawa and Tulsi Kumar.”