Updated: July 14, 2021 10:41:15 am
A video of Baloch singer Wahab Ali Bugti’s soulful rendition of the 2019 song, Teri Mitti, from Akshay Kumar’s film Kesari, went viral on social media.
Initially shared on Twitter by IAS Officer Awanish Sharan, the video featured Wahab Ali Bugti and three other musicians.
“This song Teri Mitti written by Manoj Muntashir is from the film Kesari and has been performed beautifully by Baloch singer Wahab Ali Bugti. Do listen to it. This will make you happy. Manoj Muntashir, you are wonderful,” Sharan wrote while sharing the video on the platform.
Watch the video here:
मनोज मुंतसिर का लिखा केसरी फ़िल्म का गीत ‘तेरी मिट्टी’ को बलोच सिंगर वहाब अली बुगाटी ने बड़ी ख़ूबसूरती से आत्मसात किया है.
सुनिये, दिल ख़ुश हो जायेगा.❤️ pic.twitter.com/Q4MrkoZ2YF
— Awanish Sharan (@AwanishSharan) July 11, 2021
The video delighted many on the internet and managed to garner over 4 lakh views on Twitter. Take a look at some of the reactions here:
बहुत सुकून मिला 👏👏👏 जी
— Santosh Kumar Gupta (@Santosh08074451) July 11, 2021
I tell you, Baluch’s these instrumentals give a unknown proximity to any given song😀👍
— Chandrashekhar Mishra (@CSM_Odisha) July 11, 2021
wah 🤩 beautiful voice n music again salute to @manojmuntashir ji 👍
— dheeraj gaur (@dheerajspr) July 11, 2021
बहुत ही कर्ण प्रिय संगीत
— Vijay Bhushan Singh (@vijay_singhvj) July 11, 2021
बहुत खुब बहुत सुंदर🙏🏿🌷🙏🏿✌️🌹
— राकेश थाकन (@thaakanrakesh) July 11, 2021
Can’t explain how this song and these balochis’ relieved my headache. Beautiful
— Amit Tiwari ‘Azad’ (@AT_BoxerBHU) July 11, 2021
Really very nice👍
— priyanka chaturvedi प्रियंका चतुर्वेदी🚩🇮🇳 (@priyanka4Bharat) July 11, 2021
— Saurabh Raaj Shukla (@saurabhshukla40) July 11, 2021
— Er. Prabhat jaiswal (@prabhatkuma9120) July 11, 2021
This is just not a song… it’s an imotion❤️😊
— Ritu Singh (@Ritu_singhhh) July 11, 2021
Originally written by Manoj Muntashir, the song, starring Akshay Kumar & Parineeti Chopra, was composed by Arko and sung by B Praak.
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