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Singer Palak Muchhal Recorded song for Hindi Film “Jaan Abhi Baki Hai”

Published On : 15 Dec 2018   |  Reported By : Abhishek Dubey


The versatile singer Palak Muchhal has won our hearts with her melodious voice and given some chartbusters in Bollywood. She is charming in Hindi film industry, recently she recorded song for Bollywood upcoming movie “Jaan Abhi Baki Hai” at Empire Studio Mumbai. Hindi Feature Film "Jaan Abhi Baaki Hai" is being produced by IJM Productions Pvt Ltd. Debutant Director Satyajeet Mishra told that shootings were scheduled from 11 December in Uttarakhand.

Film is written by Dr. Indrajeet Mishra, a President Award winner and a renowned Theater Writer from Uttar Pradesh along with Satyajeet himself. Music has been given by Mahesh Matkar and lyrics by Dr. Indrajeet Mishra. Director Satyajeet believes that content of this film will thrill people and it will provide full entertainment. The soulful music is a strong aspect of this project which gets the magical touch of famous choreographer Vishnu Deva. Satyajeet insists that He is going to enrich the Hindi cinema through his film.







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