Rutth Lawrence says her new song is a peppy Punjabi number

Rutth Lawrence says her new song is a peppy Punjabi number

Rutth Lawrence

Rutth Lawrence, who features in Navv Inder’s new track Dil Sohniye, says her new song is a peppy Punjabi number

Singer Navv Inder made the audiences dance to his super-hit number Wakhra Swag earlier in 2015 and then reprised it for the film Judgemental Hai Kya. The singer has now dropped his latest number, Dil Sohniye, starring the glamorous beauty Rutth Lawrence. Written by Prince the artist Singh, composed by Dhruv G and directed by Director MAS, the song is all set to hit the charts.

Dil Sohniye is an upbeat, peppy Punjabi number, with a relaxed lounge vibe. It has been shot at exotic locales.

On the launch of the song, Rutth said, “My very first reaction to the song was that it’s a very peppy, cute, love number. The vibe is something I could instantly connect with and imagined myself featuring in this beautiful song. I am super excited about its release.”

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