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Another feather in his cap

DNJAI81159 | 10/12/2017 | Author : Kopal Batra | WC :218

Kunaal Vermaa, a lyricist of the Pink City, celebrates another proud moment as he pens down a song for Arijit Singh

The lyricist from Jaipur, Kunaal Vermaa, who has penned many songs for popular music composers such as Pritam; has written a song for Arijit Singh for the film Meri Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana. Vermaa was contacted around four months back by the director of the film Ratna Sinha, which stars Rajkummar Rao and Kirti Kharbanda.
The trailer of the film was launched on October 10, and this song will release around Diwali. Speaking about his latest song, Vermaa shared, “It is a typical romantic love song, and I was almost finalised for this over call. In fact, the lyrics were decided over call.” The lyrics are written by Vermaa and one other lyricist Gaurav Bansal.
The Jaipur lyricist is on cloud nine at the moment, since his rece
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