Aruna Arya Gupta’s most anticipated romantic song by Laazmi posted on Youtube – ThePrint
New Delhi [India], December 2 (ANI / ATK): Laazmi is a melodious music video in which a man shares his every thought with the woman he loves as if she were his diary. âLaazmiâ, the song was written, presented and produced by Aruna Arya Gupta, and sung by the heartfelt voice of Kinjal Chatterjee. The music was donated by Mayookh Bhaumik, a national award-winning music composer.
Produced by From Every Pore and directed by Sandeep Ghosal (Sandy), the clip was released in association with M. Sandhu Production. Sharing Laazmi on social media, Aruna Arya Gupta, wrote: âLaazmi is finally out! Please check it out and give it all your love.
Starring model-actress Aruna Arya Gupta and well-known actor Sumit Bhardwaj, Laazmi is a heart-melting tune. The video is shot in the beautiful spots of the seaside town near Kolkata, where looking across the ocean one can see countless waves as far as vision can decipher. Aruna and Sumit are both stunning in every second of the video and can be seen moving around lost in thought.
Aruna Arya Gupta, as an aspiring artist, puts her heart down every time she writes something, which is highly appreciated by her readers and listeners all over the world. Once again, Laazmi is here to rock all hearts with his amazing lyrics, music and storyline. Aruna is a critically acclaimed poet and author and has published several books, including Amazon’s bestseller, Repentance. She is the curator of “From Every Pore”, a popular forum for expressing literary and artistic works. Sumit is an accomplished television actor and has appeared in several popular shows.
Whether you are just falling in love or want to show her that your love is here to stay, this song is perfect!
Full video song link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wVI-lwcJa8
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