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Hi Fi : Bhumika Sharma ft. Gupz Sehra | Official Video | New Punjabi Song | FFR

Ustad G Records and Aruna Rai proudly presents New punjabi song 2018 "Hi-Fi" by the gorgeous Bhumika Sharma featuring Gupz Sehra. This Song is Listed in New Punjabi Song , Latest Song 2018 , Latest Punjabi Songs 2018 Playlist . Hi Fi is also making its charts in list of new punjabi songs 2019, latest punjabi songs 2019, latest songs 2019, new songs 2019. Hi Fi is running successfully on Radio Channels like BBC Britasia, Radio City and MyFM. Tv channels including PTC, Gabruu Tv, Punjabi Hits, Josh Tadka, Chardikala and many more are playing the video of the song.

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Label : Ustad G Records (
Song : Hi - Fi
Singer : Bhumika Sharma FEATURING Gupz Sehra
Lyrics : Kulshan Sandhu
Music : Gupz Sehra
Presentation By : Aruna Rai
Producer : Inderjit Singh and Hardeep Singh
DOP/ Editor/ Director: Robby Singh
Choreography: Aish Chauhan
Appearance: Aman, Mayur, Chakshu, Kulwinder Kinda, Darbie, Aishni
Costumes Sponsored By : Mahhi by Mukesh Mehra Amritsar
Costume Desginer : Bhupesh Saini
Special Thanks : Khanpur Banquets & Auston Gym
Video Production by : Team Ustad G
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