Photo/ Main Teri Rani Ep6 ★ Shipra Goyal, Karan Sehmbi | Mixtape Punjabi Season 2 | Radhika & Vinay

Presenting the video of the sixth episode, "Photo/ Main Teri Rani" from T-Series Mixtape Punjabi 2, is sung by Shipra Goyal, Karan Sehmbi.

Amazon Prime Music presents Gulshan Kumar & Bhushan Kumar's T-Series Mixtape Punjabi - Season 2, The series has 24 prolific singers and 11 phenomenal Punjabi hits playing from 04th November 2019 only on T-Series YouTube Channel.
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Song: Photo/ Main Teri Rani
Singers: Shipra Goyal & Karan Sehmbi
Directed By: Radhika Rao & Vinay Sapru
Music By: Abhijit Vaghani
Conceptualized & Developed By: Sonal Chawla, Raj Chanana, Shivam Chanana, Vivin Sachdeva
Creative Assistance & Project Co-ordination to Abhijit Vaghani: Mahima Batra
DOP: Vikrant Beena Thakur
Set Design Concept: Radhika Rao & Vinay Sapru
Production Designer: Parichit Paralkar
Choreographer: Firoz A khan
Costume Stylist: Sunakshi Kansal & Vibhuti Chamria
Make Up Artist & Hair Stylist - Chetan Pathare, Shayli Nayak
Editing Team: Anil Shinde, Rishi Neupane, Vivek Shevade
Creative Designs: Sunil Kumar, Dhananjay Pant

Presented By: Amazon Music India
President Digital & Legal: Neeraj Kalyan
President Marketing, Media & Publishing: Vinod Bhanushali
T-Series Marketing Team: Bhavesh Bhanushali, Pooja Vora, Rajendram Akula
T-Series Production Team: Alok Shukla, Ekevera Sinha, Sana Shaikh, Preeti Lepcha
T-Series Digital Team (Mumbai): Prashant Shetty, Andrew D'Souza, Vahishta Bharucha, Sana Shaikh, Farhin Khatri
T-Series Digital Team (Delhi): Varun Arora, Juhi Singh, Akanksha Chaudhary, Garishma Gandhi, Uzma Khan
T-Series A&R Team: Raj Chanana, Shivam Chanana, Sonal Chawla, Vivin Sachdeva, Sonu Srivastava

Team Rao & Sapru
Commercial & Operations Head - Priyanka Jaiswal
Head Of Production: Kunal Khandelwal
Direction Assistant: Renu Sagore, Rafi Ahmad Anjum, Nakul Arora, Rahul Kumar
Production Assistants: Akhilesh Srivastava, Harshit Dwivedi, Karanveer Khera

Team AV: Mahima Batra, Saurabh-Jay, Harshit Jain, Shamita Bhatkar, Pooja Mazumdar

Rehearsed at: T-Series Studio
Recorded By: Surajit Ghosh Mazumdar, Dattaray Narvekar
Mixed & Mastered By: Aftab Khan at Headroom Studio
Mix Assistant: Vatsal Chevli
Offline Editor: Ambar Vyas
Post Production Studio: Amit Jalan-Image Devices (I) Pvt. Ltd.
DI & Online Artist - Ritujit Rai Chaudhary

Music Team:
Music co-produced by: Harshit Jain
Guitar Arrangement by: Shomu Seal
Drums: Manoj Maran, Siddesh Sundar
Bass Guitar: Sandeep Sharma
Nylon Guitar: Tejas Patil
Acoustic Guitar: Hitesh Solanki
Electric Guitar: Rahul Rajbongshi, Manoj Maran
Flute: Tejas Vinchurkar, Rajib Sarkar
Percussion: Pulkit Rathore, Chetan Parab, Sham Adhav

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