O Saiyyonii Navratri Version Out: Himesh Reshammiya Drops Yet Another song With Indian Idol Winner Pawandeep Rajan and Arunita Kanjilal

O Saiyyonii Himesh Reshammiya’s O Saiyyonii Navratri version is out now. The song has a folk vibe and will make you want to dance crazy this Navratri


October 8, 2021


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This Navratri mix of the hit song O Saiyyonii composed and written by master Himesh Reshammiya is a complete Garba / dandiya mix of this vibrant composition beautifully sung by Pawandeep Rajan and Arunita Kanjilal, the Navratri version of the song is now available. The singers did full justice in the Navratri version of the song. The couple also appeared in the music video and they are adorable together. Arunita wears a green dress with a touch of gold. On the other hand, Pawandeep wore an all-denim look with her signature beanie. 

The studio version of the song was released three weeks ago and has done very well on the Internet. It was posted on YouTube and has over 17 million views. The song has a very rustic folk vibe with a very contemporary rhythm and the melody is like a breath of fresh air with lyrics describing the sparkling chemistry between two lovers exploring each other in their courtship phase that it is always the most beautiful time of a romantic trip, all that can be said about O Saiyyonii is that the atmosphere of this timeless melody will take you on a roller coaster of love and personal memories.  

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The very talented Reshammiya not only sang songs but also performed and was in the production line. Reshammiya won the Filmfare Award for Best Male Vocalist in 2006 for Aashiq Banaya Aapne, as well as several different awards including the Star Screen Award, IIFA Award, and Zee Cine Award. He has also won numerous nominations for his spectacular work and contribution to the Indian music industry. plans and tasks for the next few months. Fans and followers have high expectations of him and look forward to his future work.


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