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KHAUF – A new Haryanvi bomb to be released by Badshah

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Badshah and the Indian music industry are growing in many ways. The oh-so-popular Badshah always goes all out and helps budding artists get the much deserved recognition and fame in the industry. From launching very talented Aastha Gill with song ‘Buzz’ to giving a boost to Fazilpuria’s career with song ‘Chull’, he never leaves any chance to promote talent.

An addition to this list is Amit Uchana with his debut song ‘Khauf’. Badshah recently released a song ‘Grandfather’ which he sung completely in Haryanvi. Even the video of the song was shot in Haryana. The song is currently ruling the music charts.

As far as ‘Khauf’ is concerned, this song is also going to be a Haryanvi number. The lyrics of the song are written by Mani Moudgill and Badshah has composed the song. The video of the song is directed by B2gether Pros.

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Amit Uchana is associated with Badshah since a very long time, and so he is even connected to the industry. Being a part of Badshah’s team, he has also produced 2018’s film DO DOONI PANJ starring Amrit Maan and Isha Rikhi.

Apart from launching and promoting new talents, Badshah is also trying his hand in new the field that is acting. Recently, he announced his acting debut with Bollywood film KHANDAANI SHAFAKHANA. The film is being directed by Shilpi Dasgupta, and it also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Fukrey fame, Varun Sharma and veteran actor, Annu Kapoor. Other details about the film have been kept under wraps. The film will be produced by T-Series and Mrighdeep Lamba and it will be hitting the screens on 26th July this year.

Whoever Badshah has launched has proven to be a storehouse of talent, hope the same is going to be with Amit Uchana too. The release date of ‘Khauf’ is yet to be revealed. Stay tuned to glamsham.com.

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