Pune: The new song “Ghe Daman” featuring Gautami Patil and Sushant Pujari is now available for viewers (Video)

From Right Shrinivas Kulkarni, Sushant Pujari, Gautami Patil, Amol Ghodke.jpg

Pune : Gautami Patil, who has quickly risen to fame with her Lavani performances and beauty, is always in the spotlight. The Maharashtrian audience is absolutely smitten with Gautami, and she is once again set to meet her fans with the album “Ghe Daman.” She is joined by actor and dancer Sushant Pujari, known for his roles in various Hindi creations such as ABCD, ABCD 2, and Street Dancer.

Shrinivas Kulkarni and Amol Ghodke of Cineshine Entertainment have produced the song “Ghe Daman,” and it is now available for the audience. The music is composed by Shailesh Chandra Lokhande, and the vocals are provided by Harshavardhan Wavare and Kavita Raam. The song is directed by Rahul Zhende, choreographed by Punyakar Upadhyay, and the cinematography is done by Manoj Kakade. The song was filmed at the picturesque PBA Film City in Pune.

Speaking about the song, Gautami Patil said, “This song is different from the ones I have done before. I had a lot of fun working with a slightly different look and new hook steps.” Sushant Pujari mentioned, “I had rejected many songs before choosing this one. As a dancer, I needed a song that matched my style, and I immediately agreed after hearing this one.”

Producer Amol Ghodke commented, “Sushant Pujari is a good friend of mine, and he is an extremely talented dancer. We’ve seen him perform alongside stars like Varun Dhawan, Hrithik Roshan, Shraddha Kapoor, and Remo D’Souza. We’ve wanted to work with him for a long time, and this song gave us that opportunity.” Producer Shrinivas Kulkarni added, “Everyone has seen Gautami Patil’s dance skills, but we were determined to give her a different look for this song. We also made sure that the dance steps were distinct from her previous performances. We believe that the audience will enjoy seeing Gautami in this new avatar through this song.”

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