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The new single “Jee Ve Sohneya Jee” by Atif Aslam is a love ballad about Punjabi romance.

The love song has added to the excitement around the film's debut on February 16.


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Pakistani musician Atif Aslam has released his first single of 2024, which is a very exciting development. Tuesday saw the unveiling of the posthumous film’s title track, Jee Ve Sohneya Jee, giving the singer’s admirers their first hearing. The long-awaited cross-border collaboration stars Simi Chahal of India and Imran Abbas of Pakistan.

Two young Punjabis, one from either side of the border, will fall in love in this film, according to the official trailer. Beautiful Punjabi landscapes will serve as the backdrop for Thapar’s (and Sunny Raj’s) beautiful hymn to young love.

Atif gives each note his all, resulting in a score that echoes the enthralling storyline hinted at in the teaser. The title song of the film ends up sounding like a chorus, suggesting that the love between the two main characters is growing stronger.

Listeners are encouraged to support a partnership that transcends boundaries as Atif’s soothing voice emphasizes the difficulties of young love. The music video for the song incorporates scenes from the upcoming film, which is making fans even more excited.

The video begins with casual footage of the couple cuddling by the fireplace before cutting to Chahal’s heartbreaking announcement that she is leaving her sweetheart. Fans can anticipate the film to chronicle an unexpected romance between the Ehraam e Junoon actor and Chahal, set against a backdrop of verdant Punjabi fields and featuring scenes of Abbas at his engagement ceremony with another woman.

On February 16, Atif will release Jee Ve Sohneya Jee, a love ballad that will chronicle their much-anticipated courtship. The Defeat of Zindagi, the singer’s most recent musical effort, was a fresh take on Zindagi Mein To Sabhi Pyar by Mehdi Hassan, released around the beginning of 2023. To create a contemporary Sufi-oriented electronic-driven folk-pop song, the singer collaborated with multi-instrumentalist pair Leo Twins to reinterpret Hassan’s iconic ghazal.

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