Singer Daler Mehndi’s chartbusters “Tunak Tunak Tun”, “Bolo Tara Rara”, “Dardi Rab Rab Kardi” and “Ho Jayegi Balle Balle” are still popular with fans of Punjabi music, among others. With his latest track “Ishq Nachave” Daler Mehndi wants to give his fans another hit dance number.
In a conversation with socialmediagossips.com, Daler Mehndi announced that his fans “kept asking for a dance number”. He said, “My fans said that I do a hit for Bollywood every year and for the past few years these have been motivating songs. My fans kept asking for a dance number like Tunak Tun Tun, Dardi Rab Rab and Balle Balle. So I prepared Ishq Nachave for you. “
The experienced singer spoke about “Ishq Nachave” and said: “My music is such that you can enjoy it with your family. It’s a neat and clean song. This song is the perfect way to start 2021 as it will help socialmediagossips overcome their pain and misery. “He announced that 165 instruments were used in the song.
Daler Mehndi also spoke about his musical legacy. The singer of “Ho Gayi Teri Balle Balle” said that his songs work with listeners because of their “purity”. “Only purity connects with the soul of the listener. That’s why language, age, boundaries, nothing becomes an obstacle to the success of the songs, ”he said.
Regarding the crossing of language barriers, the Dangal singer mentioned that “Tunak Tunak Tun” is “a great success in South Korea. I feel very blessed that the audience loved me so much. “Mehndi also sang the title track of SS Rajamoulis Baahubali in all three languages - Hindi, Tamil and Telugu – and mentions that” everyone was loved by fans “.
“Tunak Tunak Tun” has over 164 million views on YouTube and he believes the only reason the song is so successful is its quality. He also responded to the false belief trend, saying that he “cannot be a wrong person”. “It’s a trend these days for singers and artists to upload their music videos and get the wrong views and preferences. I can’t be a wrong person. People should talk about Ishq Nachave organically. Only then is it fun, ”he concluded.