Aate Di Chidi (Song) - Neeru Bajwa, Amrit Maan | Mankirat Pannu | New Punjabi Songs 2020 - #Video - YoutubeRandom

Aate Di Chidi (Song) - Neeru Bajwa, Amrit Maan | Mankirat Pannu | New Punjabi Songs 2020 - #Video

Aate Di Chidi (Title Track ) - Neeru Bajwa , Amrit Maan | New Punjabi Songs 2018

Aate Di Chidi Worldwide Release on 19th October 2018
Directed by - Harry Bhatti

Song - Aate Di Chidi ( Title Track)
Featuring - Neeru Bajwa
Singer - Mankirat Pannu
Music - The Boss
Lyrics - Kaptaan
Mix Master - Sameer Charegaonkar
Team - SavioYug
Video Director - Savio Sandhu
D.O.P - Vikram Cam
Film - Aate Di Chidi
Starring- Neeru Bajwa, Amrit Maan,Sardar Sohi, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjit Anmol, Nisha Bano , BN Sharma, Anmol Verma , Harby Sanga, Nirmal Rishi & more.
Directed by - Harry Bhatti
Produced by - Charanjit Singh Walia , Tegbir Singh Walia
Co- Produced by - GRS Chhina
Written by - Raju Verma
Production Team - Praveen Productions , Basant Productions & A G Films.
Creative Director- Pawan Juyal
Associate Director - Jeeva
Art Director- Vijay Giri
DOP - Chakravarty
Special Thanks - Bakhshish Singh Zira & Manjeet Singh Dhillon
Background Score - Jaidev Kumar
Music - Jaidev Kumar , DJ Flow , Deep Jandu , Intense , The Boss & Rajinder Singh
Editor - Bharat S Rawat
Costume Designer - Natasha Bhateja Roy
Sound Design - Parikshit Lalwani
DI - Prime Focus Studio
VFX - Bravearts Studios
VFX Supervisor- Manjeet Sannan
Youtube Promotions - Being Digital
Facebook Promotions - Gold Media Entertainment
Visual Promotions - Hashtag Studios
PR & Marketing - Prinday
Whatsapp Partner - Brandex India
Posters - Sharan Arts
Worldwide Distributors - Omjee Group ( Munish Sahni Ji)
Music on - Lokdhun Punjabi

Copyright - LOKDHUN

iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/in/album/aate-di-chidi-original-motion-picture-soundtrack/1439287116?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo=4
Saavn - https://www.saavn.com/s/album/punjabi/Aate-Di-Chidi-2018/P1jIEKe3HM8_
Gaana - https://gaana.com/album/aate-di-chidi
Hungama - http://www.hungama.com/album/aate-di-chidi/40599996/
Wynk - https://wynk.in/music/album/Aate-Di-Chidi/hu_40599996?page=0
Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/4pxPvEsTX1Myq7HNTzNHmj
Deezer - http://www.deezer.com/album/75875192

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