One of India’s in style pop singers, Dhvani Bhanushali, releases her new single Dynamite right now on Hitz Music. High on beats dance monitor, the tune guarantees to carry one thing contemporary and new to the desk each when it comes to music and visuals.
The vibrant music video directed by Collin D’Cunha set within the scenic state of Punjab options Dhvani as a modern-day Punjabi kudi who is aware of each woman is the same as a boy and that comes throughout via the highly effective lyrics of the tune as properly. Penned by Kunwar Juneja and composed by Gourov Dasgupta, Dynamite may also deal with followers to Dhvani rapping for the primary time with swag.
Choreographed by Rajit Dev, the beats of the tune will certainly guarantee each viewer dances together with Dhvani to its tunes. The concept for the video was born from the thought ‘What if an everyday Punjabi woman will get superpowers?’ The video is an explosion of color and a real celebration of the sights and sounds of Punjab and the triumph of an odd woman.
Says singer Dhvani Bhanushali, “Dynamite for me was a blast to work on. Punjab has a beautiful vibe and I love the energy the people have there. Dynamite is desi to the core. From the song composition by Gourov to the words to the visuals by Collin, I think we’ve really created a world of our beautiful culture with a message which is so important for every girl as each one of us is a Dynamite.”
Says Vinod Bhanushali, “The song is catchy, modern as well as empowering. Dynamite’s music and lyrics will connect easily with today’s girls. Apart from the audio, the music video is something new and shows Dhvani in a never-seen-before look.”
Says director Collin D’Cunha, “In this music video, we’ve captured Dhvani’s personality and free spirit – It reflects her character’s innocence but modernity and confidence. We’ve traditionally had male superheroes but with Dynamite, we now have a female superhero and a super cool one at that.”
Dynamite is out now on Hitz Music’s YouTube channel.
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