Mixtape Punjabi: Daler Mehndi, Mika Singh, Guru Randhawa and others to be a part of the series

Updated on Nov 29, 2017 01:28 PM IST  |  2.5M
   
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Did you hear all the songs from the Mixtape Season 1 and loved listening to them again and again? If yes, then T-Series is coming with the Punjabi version this time or say it you will get a playlist for your New Year. Singers like Daler Mehndi, Hans Raj Hans, Mika Singh, Sukhbir, and many more would be a part of it. Wide-ranging instruments will be used to create an expressive mix of evergreen Punjabi  chartbusters. 
 
Produced by Bhushan Kumar, Mixtape Punjabi will have a powerful ensemble of melody, groove and smooth rhythms. Talking about it, Bhushan Kumar said, "After the humongous response of Mixtape season 1, fans wanted more and thus we decided to tap Punjabi songs as it is a huge market in India and has hit songs with millions of views. With renowned Punjabi artists and musicians coming together, this special edition of Mixtape Punjabi will give you variety in the arrangement of songs and a brilliant musical experience."
 
The show has been directed by Ahmed Khan and Abhijit Vaghani. Instruments like Mandolian, Bagalbacha, Chimta, Bugchu, Chellos, Ghatam, Xylophone, Alghozam, Shehnai and many more will be used to create the live magic. 
 
Music director of the show, Abhijit Vaghani, said, "Mixtape Punjabi is bigger than Mixtape 1. We have gone bigger with production. We have experimented a lot with fusion.  After that, I got an idea that let's just explore the regional side of our country and what best we could do is Punjabi. Becuase, we all dance to Punjabi songs at parties and its almost like a universal language in India. And it's beautiful even the sad songs. And of course, combine it with experimental production which is commercial and making it go out in clubs and you know all the sad songs.. featuring all the legends which like Hans Raj Hans, Harbhajan Mann, Daler Mehndi all of them. It just feels like it's a blast and it's an unbelievable season."
 
Are you excited? 
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