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Catch Marjaavaan Soulful Love song by Jubin Nautiyal ‘Tum Hi Aana’

As the days of the release for the film Marjaavaan is coming close, we see the makers releasing one thing or the other. With a couple of posters released for it, they are now back with a soulful love song called Tum Hi Aana featuring the stars Sidharth Malhotra and Tara Sutaria. The film happens to be a high-action and drama and has Riteish Deshmukh in the lead role, while it is directed by Milap Zaveri. This happens to be the first song from the film called Tum Hi Aana showcasing the lead actors Sidharth and Tara.

As you check the song, it is fairly a soothing melody, which has a voice of Jubin Nautiyal, while the lyrics are jotted down by Kunaal Vermaa, while the music is composed by Payal Dev. The song showcases how the actor Sid falls in love with the lady and deals with the journey of their love until they get their marriage to the next level of getting married. The latter part of the song also showcases the dramatic phase of their lives showcasing how Sid had pulled off the trigger over Tara.

The Student of the Year 2 fame actress Tara Sutaria plays a mute lady in the film while Sidharth Malhotra plays the character of a gunda, and Riteish Deshmukh plays the role of a dwarf who happens to be a gangster and he is a vertically challenged man. Talking about his role as a gangster seen in a dwarf role in the film, he said that he is always open to play any role offered to him, which includes playing a lady, a vertically challenged person and so on. Stay tuned to know more about the film and others with us and meanwhile you enjoy the soulful song as under:

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