Chandigarh 22st November 2017 (Pooja Goyal):
Punjabi Music Industry forms a large part of music industry as a whole and Punjabi music is growing on a daily basis, with a wide listenership outside Punjab as well. There are more newcomers, without the geographical barriers, joining the race and then there are others who are switching as well. And Now Lyricist Manjinder Brar is about to join the race of singers with his Singing debut. Brar has a rock solid background as a lyricist. His writing craft is appreciated by Punjabi Industry and now is all set to give tough competition to singers.
After giving hit lyrics for many songs like Kaur B’s song “Paranda” and B Jay Randhawa’s “Theth Gabruu”, Manjinder Brar nailed it in singing with the song ‘Dhokhebaaz’. It’s about the man who is hoaxed by his ladylove and then how he takes revenge in his own style. The rocking beats and fantastic music is given by “The Boss”. This project is wonderfully directed by Vincy Sohal and beautifully shot by Vishal Chauhan. Editing and grading is done by Jatin Kumar. All the creative inputs for ‘Dhokhebaaz’ is given by Baljinder S Mahant. The video is done by Filmy Gang. Manjinder Brar said, “The songs that I have written have been loved by my listeners and I hope my debut is also a hit like my other songs. I always wanted to do project like this but I was waiting for the right time and opportunity and I am very happy that the time came. I’m grateful to Speed Records and TOB Gang for giving me this big platform.”
Director Vincy Sohal is also very confident about the project. He said,” The whole team has worked very hard for the project and we are sure that the song will be a hit. It was great working with Manjinder Brar and the team. The whole team is very excited about the project.”
While the singer and director both are looking forward to the release of the song and so is Music Director The Boss as he said, “I want to take the music industry to another level and I see the potential of the same in Manjinder Brar. Everyone has worked hard for the project and we all are really hopeful for its success.”