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“Shahrukh Ki Saliyan” Releases Its Catchy Title Song And Its Infectious [Video]

The music video might as well have been for a film.

Ahsan Khan and Ramsha Khan’s next Shahrukh Ki Saliyan has a catchy OST. After watching the Ijazat music vide,o people can’t wait to see what the comedy play has in store.

Fans were all eagerly waiting for the light-hearted comedy play Shahrukh Ki Saliyan. The comedy began to air from the 1st of Ramzan on Geo.

Shahrukh Ki Saliyan was produced under the 7th Sky Entertainment banner. Shehr-e-Zaat and Mere Mehrban famed producers Abdullah Kadwani and Asad Qureshi were onboard for the project.


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Based on the few teasers the producers dropped, the play seems to be a rom-com.

But the play’s catchy OST has garnered more attention than the teasers.  The filmy OST has really amped up the excitement for the comedy-drama.

The makers really went all out for the OST video. With Zeeshan Rasheed’s direction and the choreography, it might as well be a track on the OST of a film.


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Punjabi singer Bilal Saeed lent his vocals to the very upbeat and elaborate choreography. We can catch glimpses of the singer and the lead characters along with other cast members grooving to the OST.

The music video revolves around Ahsan trying to convince Ramsha to accept his love. The track is a romantic number yet the lyrics are funny. It perfectly ties into the true essence of the play.


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Shahrukh Ki Saliyan has been penned by Dr. Younis Butt and directed by Mazhar Moin.

Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.

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