Bhuvan Bam, whose first ever web show, ‘Dhindora,’ won the hearts of audiences across the country; now releases the music video of the show’s title track. Sung by Kailash Kher and composed by Sneha Khanwalkar, the music video brings India’s top content creators, together in one frame, thus making this one of the most massive digital collaborations.
Shot at a specially curated set, the music video features famous artists, comedians and digital creators like Tanmay Bhatt, Ashish Chanchlani, Zakir Khan, Harsh Beniwal, Sejal Kumar, MJ5, Carry Minati, Gayatri Bhardwaj, Gaurav Taneja (Flying Beast), BeYouNick, Round2hell trio, Team Naach, Nishchay Malhan (Triggered Insaan) amongst others. The video will be a treat to the fans as Bhuvan’s most loved characters like Titu Mama, Bablu Ji, Banchhoddas will be seen dancing to the recent popular soundtrack.
Expressing his excitement over the release of the music video, Bhuvan Bam said, “Creating Dhindora in true sense was a joyride, with all the love and appreciation it has received.. While the show technically concluded last week, I do believe this is the fitting finale that our audiences deserve – with a perfect audio-visual treat featuring multiple talented creators of the digital industry and Kailash Sir’s voice adding a magical touch to it.”
“Bringing the world of Dhindora to life on everyone’s screens has been nothing short of a surreal adventure, and I am beyond delighted to see the audience profoundly resonate with it. With this in mind, we brought together the largest host of the country’s favourite creators and poured in an equal amount of love and hard work in creating the music video for the title song”, added Rohit Raj, Producer, Dhindora.
‘Dhindora,’ created by Bhuvan Bam, is one of the first long-form web series through his latest venture – a production house in partnership with Rohit Raj – BB Ki Vines Productions. The show, built in the BBKV universe of fictional characters – all of them played by Bhuvan himself, captures the daily lives of a middle-class family and their quintessential idiosyncrasies with a dose of humor.