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Ghani Syaani song out: Shehnaaz Gill woos MC Square as Arabic princess

New Delhi: The much-awaited song Ghani Syaani featuring Hustle 2.0 winner MC Square and Shehnaaz Gill is out on December 5. A lot of excitement was seen among the fans ever since the music video was announced. The teaser exuded the excitement level of the fans overall.

Coming to the song, Ghani Syaani is shot in a desert giving all royal vibes. The song has been crooned by MC Square and Shehnaaz Gill. The enchanting music has been composed by Rajat Nagpal and the ‘dhaakad’ lyrics have been penned by MC Square.

Watch Ghani Syaani song here

Talking about Shehnaaz’s chemistry with MC Square, just one word is enough – WOW. Shehnaaz is looking drop-dead gorgeous in this music video. She looked sultry in that golden attire.

Fans are especially impressed by Shehnaaz’s rap and Hariyanwi accent in the song. Netizens loved her moves and singing in Ghani Syaani.

On the work front, the Bigg Boss 13 fame recently launched her chat show Desi Vibes with Shehnaaz Gill. Her show was first graced by RajKummar Rao, who promoted his movie Monica, O My Darling on the show.

She is also gearing up for her Bollywood debut with Salman Khan’s Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.

Speaking of MC Square, he won the trophy of MTV Hustle 2.0 and also receives a cheque of Rs 10 lakh.

Abhishek Baisla, famously known as MC Square hails from Faridabad. The 23-year-old is a civil engineer by profession but he always had a passion for music. Interestingly, the MTV Hustle 2.0 winner does not have any formal training either in music or rap.

Speaking about his journey, MC Square said, “When I was pursuing my B. Tech degree, I was only thinking about what can I write next and how can I be better at music… I was quite good at my studies. Just because as an artist, I knew how to think and do something logically and studies came to me naturally.”

He further said, “I don’t have any formal training regarding music or rap, I used to listen to a lot of poets and rappers. I started off by writing poems and then slowly I tried to be more professional.”

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