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Kanwar Grewal's 'Zamaane' compares life at different stages

'Zamaane' is a qawwali that stitches different phases of life and prompts a realization

Kanwar Grewal's 'Zamaane' compares life at different stages

A poster of 'Zamaane'. Instagram/kanwar_grewal_official



Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, August 11

Punjabi singer and composer Kanwar Grewal has released his latest song 'Zamaane', which he says is a self-comparison of different stages of life. The song illustrates the evolution of attachments to detachments after realizing the truths of life.

The video highlights that time changes almost everything in life. And that it's time which everybody tends to relish or regret about. Be it their present or past circumstances.

Here's a glimpse of the song:

Thus, 'Zamaane' is a qawwali that stitches different phases of life and prompts a realization of many different angles and meanings of the same truth, which are gradually understood with time.

Zamaane is one of the six songs from Kanwar Grewal's new album 'Jagey Rehan Jogi' which has been produced by Jhankar Music. Its lyrics are written by Harnoor Randhawa and the music is byManna Singh.

The video has been shot in Kashmir and it featuresSana Sultan and Shubh Sandhu.

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