New Delhi [India], Feb. 23 (ANI/TPT): Indian singer and musician Kunal Gajab recently released his latest track “Patthar Dil (Move On)” on his YouTube channel, “Kunal Gajab- Topic”. The song has got huge attention on various social media platforms and is available on several major music streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, Gaana and many more. The song was released on November 19, 2021. The track was provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprise and the lyrics were written by Aniket V Kothari.
The song was produced by singer Kunal Gajab himself and was assisted by his friend and confidant Aniket. As the name suggests, “Patthar Dil (Move On),” the song aims to make music lovers feel good and help them move forward after their breakup. The romantic track is a song about love and talking about the track, songwriter and singer Kunal Gajab said, “The song is extremely close to my heart. This song is about my 10-year romance which has come to an end. I so decided to convey my grief and frustration to the whole world. In other words, I used the words of the song to capture all my feelings and frustrations. Any guy, who would do anything for his partner and expects nothing in return, would be able to relate with lyrics.
Adding further, Kunal says, “The song is, in fact, relevant to most young people and conveys the idea that even long-term relationships can end. However, it also emphasizes that you can survive the breakup. and carry on. This song can also serve as motivation for those who have been through a breakup.” A student at the Mumbai Music Institution and having worked as a music composer in many Bollywood and South Indian films, Kunal, before releasing ‘Patthar Dil’, also sang a few hit songs including ‘Woh Kya Din The’, ‘Tu Hai Kahan,’ and ‘Sone Lagde.’ Also, Kunal is ready and working on his next song which will be released soon.
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