Folk & fantastic!

Badshah teams up with Jacqueline and Aastha for Paani Paani

Folk & fantastic!

Aastha Gill, Badshah & Jacqueline Fernandez

Tribune News Service

The dynamic trio, Badshah, Jacqueline Fernandez and Aastha Gill, which has collaborated with each other for many chartbusters, is back again with their latest music video, Paani Paani. The track, which was launched on Wednesday (June 9), has a scorcher of a music video set in the beautifully rustic city of Jaisalmer. The peppy track has been written and composed by Badshah, and sung by both Badshah and Aastha Gill.

With Paani Paani, Badshah refreshes the soundscape with the romance of the strings of the Rajasthani Rawanhatta and the Kalbeliya folk dance. Badshah says, “When Aastha and I recorded the song, we knew that we had something unique in our hands and I only wanted Jacqueline to be a part of it. We shot it in the beautiful desert landscape and the video looks stunning. The sound of the song is different- we have used folk instruments, and local dance form that gives this a fresh look and feel.”

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