Are you alive? Song “Unwanted-Zindaa” from Unwanted is about ‘Celebration of Life’

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IMG-20180409-WA0113.jpg“Unwanted-Zindaa” the signature song of “Unwanted” film is out and it’s all about celebration of life. Directed by Dilip Deo, the film that is produced by Madhumita Roy, released it’s signature song on 5th April.

Jerry Silvester Vincent is the music composer of song Zindaa. He is making his Bollywood debut with “Unwanted”. One of his composition from Hollywood film was shortlisted for Oscars Music Awards 2018. He was the student of Dr A.R. Rahman’s KM Music Conservatory, Chennai and worked with him on many projects. The song also marks the Bollywood debut of singers Jaganjot Randhawa and Lavita Lobo. The lyrics are penned by Vibha Rani.

Dilip Deo says, “Zindaa” is the signature song of our film “Unwanted”. It is about the identity of individuals, about their dreams. It’s about the existence of individuals. The true identity, which defines who we are, and the meaning of life. And thats why it’s a song about the ‘Celebration of Life’. Zindaa is about the celebration that we are alive.

Listen and Watch the song here:
All links for Unwanted-Zindaa Song

Artist aloud




YouTube Unwanted
Zindaa teaser

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