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The 90s Love Story marks Atif Aslam’s triumphant return to Bollywood after an absence of seven years.

The singer's song, which is sure to be the biggest smash of the year, may get him another spot on an album soundtrack.

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According to India Today, a Pakistani singer-songwriter who has become famous beyond borders for his enchanting voice will be returning to Bollywood with a love song for Love Story of the 90s, much to everyone’s delight.

Directed by Amit Kasaria, LSO90’s stars the outstanding Adhyayan Suman and Divita Rai, who are both produced by Haresh and Dharmesh Sangani. Fans of the singer on both sides of the border are ecstatic that Atif is finally back in B-Town after a seven-year hiatus with this film.

“We are very ecstatic as Atif Aslam has sung the very first song in our film LSO90’s,” the producers said, clearly expressing their joy over the groundbreaking collaboration. Everyone who loves Atif Aslam will be overjoyed. Our film marks his comeback to Bollywood.
 
Bringing Atif Aslam on board was difficult, according to the Sangani brothers, because he was so focused on the plot and the ensemble cast. He was so awestruck that he was ready to provide his voice for the film’s theme song. We are filled with pride and delight at this moment.

According to the production crew, the famous crooner’s love song fits the film’s theme well and is sure to be a smash in 2024. The graphics, lyrics, and music all work together in perfect harmony. The producers brought up the fact that they were thinking about collaborating with him on another song, even though he only sang one in the film.

“As soon as word got out about his comeback, fans in the Bollywood industry started to expect an amazing romantic song,” they continued. Wow, I really hope things work out!

The film’s music contains a stellar cast of singers, including Atif, Udit Narayan, Amit Mishra, and Aman Trikha, among others. The Aadat singer released his first single of the year, the title track of the posthumous Punjabi film Jee Ve Sohneya Jee, on Tuesday.

The long-awaited cross-border collaboration stars Simi Chahal of India and Imran Abbas of Pakistan. Beautiful Punjabi landscapes will serve as the backdrop for Thapar’s (and Sunny Raj’s) beautiful hymn to young love.

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