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‘Piya Rangrezz’ actor Gaurav S Bajaj collaborates with Shama Sikander Hawa Karda

Actor Gaurav S Bajaj who is best known as Thakur Sher Singh in ‘Piya Rangrezz’, has featured in several shows, including ‘Uttaran Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai Ajab Sa Risk Hai’ and last seen in ‘Meri Gudiya’ now will be seen in a romantic music album song Hawa Karda alongside Shama Sikander. Vocals for the song are given by singers Afsana Khan and Sahil Sharma and lyrics by Raas. The song is set to release on 15th April.

Talking about the song Gaurav states, “Hawa Karda is a romantic Punjabi track in the voice of Afsana and Sahil. It is a love story of two sweethearts who have fallen for each other, but the guy is a little shy to express his love for her as he thinks she is out of her league. Now when they meet after a long time. Whether he will express his love or not? This is what Hawa Karda is all about. To know what happens, you have to wait for the official video. All I can say, it’s a track that you will love to have in your playlist. Audiences expect a lot of romance, passion, really good music, dancing beats and amazing chemistry.”

On his shooting experience for the song he delightfully shares, “It was altogether a different experience shooting during covid. Also, it was for the first time I was shooting for a music video. The moment I heard Hawa Karda, I knew this is something that everyone would want to hear it again after hearing for first time. I would want to have Hawa Karda in my playlist and I feel blessed and fortunate enough. I feel glad that makers got me this song to do. It’s a medium of work I learned a lot from while I shot for it. It’s different but really amazing. It keeps you in mood as a character through out till the last line gets shot. The whole experience was Simply Amazing! It was shot in Mumbai in a beautiful location.”

Talking about his co-actor, Bajaj shares, “Shama being a senior artist is nice to work with. It was easy and comfortable to develop the bond for the chemistry required in the song.”