Best known for his remarkable performance as one of finest actors in bollywood and indian cinema with Yaariyan (2014), renowned bollywood actor Himansh Kohli talks about his latest music video.
Its an amazing news of the day as the hunk and dashing Yaariyan (2014) fame film star Himansh Kohli talks about his latest music video.
This song has been produced under T-Series label and is a romantic love ballad and this in itself is an exciting news update as the dapper and suave Bollywood star Himansh Kohli talks about his latest music video.
Actor Himansh Kohli of Yaariyaan fame is back with a new music video titled Bewafa Tera Yun Muskurana. He is happy that it’s not the usual stardom-oriented video. Commenting on the uniqueness of the video of the song titled Bewafa Tera Yun Muskurana by singer Jubin Nautiyal for the music label T-Series, Himansh said, “The first and foremost unique point is the location in Kashmir, where no shoot had taken place till this song was shot because of national security reasons. In fact, it’s such a remote village that initially people didn’t understand what was going on”.
He shares, “The second point is that this is not a usual stardom-oriented video. I make sure to only pick projects where I can contribute as a character more than a star”.
Talking about the shooting locations, he shared, “It was mostly shot in the Indian Army controlled areas in Kashmir. They were near places like Uri, Baramulla and Srinagar. We went for the shoot last month itself”.
Talking more about Kashmir, he added, “I don’t even need to mention how beautiful the location is. I’m always swayed by its beauty. Whenever I go to that place, I feel like I’m a part of it which is why I’m able to deliver my best”.
The new song is his third collaboration with Jubin. The two had earlier teamed up for Wafa Na Raas Aayee and Main Jis Din Bhulaa Du. So far, Himansh has done about six music videos like Oh Humsafar, Tera Shehar and Tenu Vekhi Jaavan.
For him, it’s important to feature in different types of videos and speaking about same, Himansh said, “If I keep coming back with the same type of content, I’ll be redundant”.