Jubin Nautiyal turns LOVER!

Jubin Nautiyal

Singer Jubin Nautiyal, who’s basking in the glory of his recent release ‘Humnava Mere’, is all set to release his latest Telugu song titled Adbhutam from the the movie Lover.

Jubin Nautiyal, who has marked his way through Bollywood with chartbuster hits like Socha Hai, Kaabil Hoon, Bawara Maan and Kuch Toh Bata Zindagi, is back with a Telugu song.

Jubin who believes in blurring the language barrier will be crooning in Telugu for the second time. The song has been composed by Tanishk Bagchi and penned by Shree Mani, the song is a soulful melody. Jubin announced the release of his latest song on his social media handle and shared the trailer of his song with his fans. Comments under the video too talk of how beautiful the lyrics and vocals of the video are.

Talking about the song , Jubin shared, ‘’My voice first got introduced to the south market with a song called ‘Thelusaa Thelusaa’ from a Allu Arjun starer film called Sarronaidu . The song later became the gerua of south.

After that I started enjoying the richness in the music in south. Adbhutam is a brilliant song and after Telusaa this song made me want to sing in a language I don't know but wanted to.

This song came to me when a Bollywood composer and a friend Tanishk Bagchi called me about his 1st south song and asking me if I can and want to sing regional. Tanishk is a good composer and I have done special songs with him in my career, so I said let's do it.

Both languages are difficult for me as I know none. I am writing the language in English and learning the phonetics and just before the recording I think of what I am meaning to say and sing it.

I choose the songs the melodies in depth and when I heard Adbhutam I loved it. It was an easy going song about young love and smiles, there is nothing in the sing to not like. Well produced and executed I must say’’.

Jubin Nautiyal, as usual, croons this with perfection. The song sounds more youthful, with a play of different instruments. The lyrics too are pleasant on the ears.