T-Series Presents the official music video of the song " Dilbar Arabic" sung by Nora Fatehi and Fnaire. The song is composed by " Mohcine Tizaf " and the lyrics of this new song are penned by "Khalifa Mennani and Achraf Aarab".
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iTunes : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-iTunes
Hungama : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Hungama
Saavn : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Saavn
Gaana : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Gaana
Apple Music : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Apple-Music
Amazon Prime Music : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Amazon-Prime-Music
Google Play : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Google-Play
Wynk : http://bit.ly/Dilbar-Arabic-Wynk
For Caller Tunes :
Dilbar Arabic https://bit.ly/2QoppFT
Dilbar Arabic - Aandha Shdha Meziyana https://bit.ly/2E2vRN3
Dilbar Arabic - Rakasatek Ki Derouni Yah https://bit.ly/2TSXsVL
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Song: Dilbar Arabic Version
Singers: Nora Fatehi and Fnaire
Composed by: Mohcine Tizaf
Lyrics: Khalifa Mennani and Achraf Aarab
Music Arrangement: Tizaf Mohcine and Samy Zenanti
Directed by Abderrafia el Abdioui
Produced by Nora Fatehi
Choreography - Caeser Gonsalves
Director of photography - Santhana Krishnan
Editor - Adele Pereira
Color Grading - Mahmoud Ali(VFX Mercury)
Sound design - Mohssine Bannani
Music Production Studio - Sevenmen Studio
Line Producer - Southpaw production
Mixed by - Mohcine Tizaf and samy Zenati @ Sevenmen studio - Marrakesh
Premastered by - Denis Thery and Nabil Ghrib @studio K - Marseille
Mastered by - Eric Chevet @studio master disk Europe Paris
Costume design and Stylist - Susanna Verma
Hair and makeup Marcelo Pedrozo
Manager's - Amine Hanaoui
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