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Shael on new music video Tu MILAA To: I love to sing ballet and romantic songs

After Tere Naal, Shael and Sameksha recently launched their second concept-driven music video ‘Tu MILAA To’.

Published: Friday,Sep 18, 2020 12:40 PM GMT-06:00
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Singer Shael and actor-director Sameksha are back with yet another music video, Tu MILAA To. The duo also did a music video earlier, which was titled Tere Naal and it was a tribute to the doctors who have been working hard during the pandemic. Their latest music video is in line with ‘Suicide Prevention Month’.

I love to sing ballet and romantic songs as they touch people’s hearts. I prefer having a heart touching story with every song that I sing. Music takes me to a happy and satisfying space and I like to create and sing music that touches souls and hearts. While I sang this melodious number, Sameksha took charge of the location, direction, makeup, and costumes. She has basically done everything single-handedly. I am happy to have a director at home who is like a pool of talent. Like a dutiful husband, I listen to my wife off-screen and even on-screen while she is directing. I am a director’s actor and Sameksha totally understands my way of functioning,” says Shael

Commenting on the direction of the song Sameksha says, “This is the second song where we successfully shot without a single crew member. It was just our house staff who helped us shoot for portions where Shael and I were in the same frame. We opted for real locations in Singapore this time. Needless to say, it was a great experience and things just double up with fun when you get to work with your husband. I am hopeful that ‘Tu MILAA To’ will create an impact and bestow love and happiness in the hearts of people.

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The story of the song is a fast-paced thriller, which has various twists and turns about how the lead gives his own death contract to a professional killer. Things change after he falls in love and that is when he realizes how love can bring happiness and that is when it takes a new turn, ensuring that the audiences are hooked until the very end.


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