Falak Shabir – Hoke Tu Juda (Video Song)

Falak Shabir – Hoke Tu Juda Video Song Written and Composed by Falak Shabir

Music World Presenting “Hoke Tu Juda” full Video Song Sung By Multi-talented singer/composer/writer – Falak Shabir Video Reprise By Music World. This is a Reprise Version Music Video By Our Team Arj.

Singer Overview:

Falak Shabir is a Pakistani singer-songwriter, also referred as the “King of Soul Style” and “Mr. Unplugged”. He first came to attention with his 2008 debut single “Rog”, which was commercially successful.

Falak’s video for “Rog” appeared on YouTube in 2008 and was nominated for a TMA Award. His second single, “Tera Saath Ho”, was nominated for an MTV Award. His song “Tera Saath Ho” was included in the soundtrack of the movie 7 Welcome to London. he has won two “Best International Act Award” in Pakistan Media Awards. He made his Bollywood singing breakthrough in 2013 by contributing a song to John Abraham’s I, Me Aur Main and the song was “Saajna”. After that he has sung in many Bollywood movies like Kya Tujhe Ab Ye Dil Bataye in Sanam Re, Mera Mann Kehne Laga in Nautanki Saala, Junooniyat Movie Title Track, Kaisi Ye Judai Hai in I Love NY (2015 film) and an Ind/British movie 7 Welcome to London.

Video Information:

Dil Kehta Hai is a Reprised Version Video Song, Video Content That We Are Using is from Non-Affiliated Third Parties. Video Does Not Hurt Anybody it’s Made Only For Entertainment Purpose.


Song: Hoke Tu Juda
Singer: Falak Shabir
Music: Falak
Song Programmed & Mixed: Ashish Arya
Song Mastered: Team Arj

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