Ayushmann Khurrana’s Chan Kitthan is a fresh take on an old Punjabi Ghazal

By Oojal Kour Dhanjal - June 29, 2018

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Chan Kitthan is a fresh take on an old Punjabi Ghazal

Ayushmann Khurrana wows us once again.

Ayushmann Khurrana’s new single Chan Kitthan with music by Rochak Kohli, featuring him alongside South Indian actress Pranitha Subhash is a soulful number that reaches the depths of your heart. Seriously, this is what Ayushmann Khurrana does each time he puts out a new song. We are never not impressed.

Sung by Ayushmann Khurrana, Lyrics by Kumaar and Music by Rochak Kohli, this song is surely made to impress, and depress (but that is only the music video, and how it ends). The song is a recreated version of a Punjabi folk song with the same title and suffice to say, this song is fair to the previous one.

The music video starts off with Pranitha being taken in a Police car, and Ayushmann being an undercover cop. The song then moves back in time, showcasing romantic moments between them. It shows her as a volunteer in a rehab, where they have ‘sweet’ chemistry. It tells us the story of how she is accused of killing a boy at rehab, who was secretly taking drugs. Ayushmann has to take her to jail and flashbacks of how they are at the same place, different times, and how time had changed between them.

We feel like this song has a part two, and we are waiting for it!

To watch the music video, check this link:

 

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