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Ayushmann Khurrana wrote and composed a song for Tahira’s film ‘Quaranteen Crush’ with college friends


We all know that Ayushmann Khurrana is a man of many talents. From enthralling us with his beautiful singing to playing on-screen characters with so much conviction the actor has done it all.  And now Khurrana has once again swooned his fans with his melodious voice as the actor sang a song titled ‘Kinni Soni’ for his wife and filmmaker Tahira Kashyap’s latest film Quaranteen Crush.

Sharing the song’s video on instagram Ayushmann revealed that he also composed and wrote Kinni Soni along with his college friends — Sameer Kaushal and Gurpreet Saini.

“Wrote and composed this butterflies inducing song with Sameer Kaushal and Gurpreet Saini for Tahira’s lovely short film #QurantineCrush which comes under #FeelsLikeIshq.Loved collaborating with my college friends after so long. Felt like we were back in college during our late night jam sessions in Chandigarh winters,” he posted.

Singer Jonita Gandhi gave English vocals to the song. “Thank you Jonita for the angrezi vocals,” Ayushmann added.

Quaranteen Crush is a part of the recently released Netflix anthology Feels Like Ishq. The short movie revolves around the concept of a teenage crush and friendship during the pandemic.

Tahira Kashyap also shared a note thanking Ayushmann for giving her Kinni Soni song. “The song we were waiting for #kinnisoni..An integral part of my short #quaranteencrush that is a part of #feelslikeishq.This song really inspired me to create some magical moments between nimmi and Maninder on their terrace! Thank you @ayushmannk for giving me the song, thank you @s_a_m_k28 and @ghuggss for creating magic with it and thank you @jonitamusic for the mesmerising vocals, and thank you @gazaldhaliwal for this sweet script,” she shared on instagram.

Meanwhile, Ayushmann is busy shooting for Doctor G in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The movie also stars Rakul Preet Singh and Shefali Shah.