We present to you the T-Series Acoustic version of one of the most popular Bollywood songs of 2018 "Tere Mere" from the movie "Chef".
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Hungama : http://bit.ly/Tere-Mere-T-Series-Acoustic-Hungama
Saavn : http://bit.ly/Tere-Mere-T-Series-Acoustic-Saavn
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For Caller Tunes :
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Le Jaa Mujhe - Tere Mere Acoustic http://bit.ly/2zJYLfr
Yaadon Se Lad - Tere Mere Acoustic http://bit.ly/2Ca1HpJ
Set as Caller Tune:
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Song - Tere Mere
Singer - Neeti Mohan
Directed by Luv Israni
Cinematography – Vipul Tank, Karan Dave
Song recorded at T-Series Recording Studio by Surajit Ghosh Majumdar.
Background Musicians – Kamal Kharera (keyboard)
Ravi Kumar (Guitarist)
Editor– Hrushikesh Nikam
Neeti Mohan’s Makeup Artist - Neeraj navare
Neeti Mohan’s hairstylist – Saachi vijaywargia
Music production: Abhijit Vaghani
Stem Mastering : Aftab Khan (headroom studios)
Song - Tere Mere
Singer - Armaan Malik
Music - Amaal Mallik
Lyrics - Rashmi Virag
Music Label - T-Series
1.Tere Mere Acoustic
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2.Le Jaa Mujhe - Tere Mere Acoustic
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3.Yaadon Se Lad - Tere Mere Acoustic
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