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Girish Kumar & Navneet Dhillon's Contemporary Romance in *Loveshhuda*
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Friday - October 16, 2015 4:57 am
Girish Kumar & Navneet Dhillon's Contemporary Romance in *Loveshhuda*
Mumbai; 16th Oct, 2015: As urban, contemporary romances go, Girish Kumar & Navneet Dhillon’s forthcoming film ‘Loveshhuda’ promises to be an entertaining watch!
In today’s times, when distance, career & everyday challenges redefine love, ‘Loveshhuda’ focuses on the relationship between two young people at three different points of their life. What’s more, they also meet in different and beautiful places- London, Mauritius & Shimla. Girish Kumar, whose debut film ‘Ramaiya Vastavaiya’ was very well received, will be seen in an urbane character this time.
Intriguing & entertaining, ‘Loveshhuda’ is directed by Vaibhav Misra, and produced by Vijay Galani. Describing the chemistry of his leading pair, Vaibhav said, “It’s a romantic & drama rolled into one & both Girish & Navneet lend themselves perfectly to their contemporary roles.” Producer Vijay Galani adds, “With ‘Loveshhuda’, we have focused on telling a love story that suits present times & the chances that today’s generation takes. With Tips Music backing us, ‘Loveshhuda’s music is bound to work wonders.”
Mithoon has composed Mar Jaayen the 1st track from the film’s soundtrack, which releases today, Sayeed Quadri has penned the lyrics for this romantic song & sung by Atif Aslam, known for his soulful romantic songs.

‘Loveshhuda’ will release on 15 January 2016. The first track of the film, Mar Jaayen sung by Atif Aslam is out now.
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