Presenting the new love song of 2017 "Hoor" composed by Sachin- Jigar and sung by Atif Aslam from the upcoming Bollywood film "Hindi Medium", Directed by Saket Chaudhary. Produced by Dinesh Vijan, Bhushan Kumar, and Krishan Kumar. Starring Irrfan Khan, Saba Qamar and Deepak Dobriyal. 👉 Movie In Cinemas 12th May.
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Song - Hoor
Singer - Atif Aslam
Music Composer - Sachin- Jigar
Lyrics - Priya Saraiya
Arranged / Programmed - Sachin - Jigar.
Backing Vocals- Dawn Cordo , Arun Kamath, Shambhavi Singh.
Recording Engineer - Reena Gilbert.
Recorded At - Enzy Studios.
Mix & Master - Eric Pillai @ Future Sound Of Bombay.
Assistant Mixing Engineer - Michael Edwin Pillai & Lucky.
Music Production Head - Romil Ved.
Live Instruments- Guitars - Kalyan Baruah.
Drums - Lindsay D'mello.
Piano & Harmonium - Rinku Rajput.
Tabla - Rupak Dhamankar.
Music Label: T-Series
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