Where shall I go leaving you? I'd die without you
My heart wishes to do cross all limits in love
I'm not amongst the ones who'll be afraid or break any promise
This love, these fight and these desires have some strange fun in itself
Someone please ask what's happened to me
What's this restlessness and what's this intoxication?
It's the punishment that I've gotten for being in love with you...🦋
#fbf#flashbackfriday to that time I fell for a mannequin 5 years ago!
This starts off normal, turns cheesy, and then gets mental. Stay till the end [link to FULL video in bio], the bloopers are my favorite part! It reminds me what went into making the song and music video. “It’s amazing to think about the things we forget to think about”...
This song made me the 1st American-born Bollywood singer when it was featured in the movie “Dehraadun Diary”. Written by Hanif Shaikh, “Rubaru” was taken into the movie by director Milind Ukey.
I always wanted to shoot a music video in my home state of Delaware, so we made this entire video there – on my streets, in my homeboy Kevin's kitchen at Bahetti’s Bros, at another friend’s cafe @kevingamelloy, Dance Jhankars studio, and in the house I grew up in. Some childhood friends who randomly saw us shooting even have cameos!
Thank god I had the man with the "juicy ‘fro" @krazymastro with me on this crazy shoot. Who knows how we pulled this off in the amount of hours we had. Thanks to the beautiful @theartoflaura for being so great to work with. Such a good time! I’m just laughing while writing this 😂. Hope you have a great day or night, wherever you are! #unitythrumusic
Video and caption by @nootanadc
"This week’s #raagofthemonth feature is a #tbt to evergreen Bollywood songs - “Do Sitaron Ka Zamin Par” (“Two Stars on the Earth”) is lilting, longing, flirty, and romantic in Raag Pahadi. From the 1960 movie Kohinoor starring the legendary Dilip Kumar and Meena Kumari."