Actor Aparshakti Khurana is excited to be the face of the pop single "Tere do naina", composed by Gourov-Roshin and sung by Ankit Tiwari.
"I am thrilled to be the face of the song that is melodic and reminds us of our loved one," Aparshakti said in a statement.
The video of the song also features Akansha Ranjan.
"Tere do naina", released by Sony Music on Wednesday, is a love song shot in Lucknow.
"The song has a melancholy ballad tune with lyrics that perfectly match. It was a great team to work with and I am sure this will be the love song for the monsoon," said Ankit.
It is part of a three-song EP titled "Naina".
While "Tere do naina" is sung by Ankit, "Kithe jave" has vocals by Sonu Nigam and Akasa. "Jindri" has been sung by Devender Pal Singh.
"We are glad that besides the film music that we've done, we've been given this massive opportunity to showcase another side of our art...the one that comes straight from the heart," said Gourov-Roshin, knwon for their work in films like "Baaghi 2" and "Total Dhamaal".
Rohan Jha, Head - Pop Music, Sony Music India, added that Gourov-Roshin have "unique combination of soulful melodies and contemporary production. The fact that incredible talents like Sonu Nigam and Ankit Tiwari have agreed to be a part of their debut non-film EP, along with emerging talent like Akasa and Devender Pal Singh, shows the creative and commercial appeal of these songs".
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