Ammy Virk & his Regret

The singer’s latest single has a millennial vibe to it

Ammy Virk & his Regret

Ammy Virk

Punjabi singer and actor Ammy Virk has released his new music single, Regret. The romantic track is composed by Goldboy with lyrics penned by Simar Doraha.

The song sung by Ammy features him along with Nikkesha, who plays his love interest. Shedding light on modern-day love, it conveys the unspoken emotions between two people in love. The track has a millennial vibe to it which is sure to resonate with the young generation dealing with love and relationships. Regret is yet another feather added to the cap of Ammy, who is known for his love ballads.

Ammy, who has several music singles, says that Regret is special for him. He shares, “We dedicate Regret to youngsters and their perception of love. It was a great experience making this song that has a millennial appeal. I hope that it touches everyone’s hearts. Often, it so happens that we are unable to convey our emotions when we are in a relationship. The lack of communication eventually leads to regret on the part of both the partners. Regret is a very relevant song that will leave an impression on all of us.”

On the work front, Ammy Virk will next be seen playing pivotal parts in Bhuj: The Pride Of India and 83.

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