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Jubin Nautiyal, Pritam come back together for ‘Tu Mera Ho Gaya’

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By Our Staff Reporter 
DEHRADUN, 20 Nov: After success of their first evergreen collaboration- ‘Kuch Toh Bata Zindagi’, hit-maker Pritam and singer Jubin return with another romantic song
Heartthrob Jubin Nautiyal who has been in the news for giving Bollywood the biggest songs this year like Lut Gaye, Raataan Lambiyan, Dil Galti, etc, the singer reunites with music director Pritam for another cult song titled ‘Tu Mera Ho Gaya’ from Tadap movie featuring Tara Sutaria. With Pritam’s alluring  melody and Jubin’s soulful vocals, ‘Tu Mera Ho Gaya’ will definitely thug your heart strings. The song drops on Monday, 22nd November on T-Series official channels.
Talking about his upcoming song, singer Jubin Nautiyal adds, “I’m quite excited and happy to do another love-filled romantic song with Pritam Da. Our last song was very well received by the audience and I’m hoping this one too will make space in your hearts for a long time. Pritam da is known for his timeless melodies and I can’t wait for the audience to hear this one too.”
Last night, Jubin performed at an open concert at the Falcon Festival in Umrangso, Assam and dropped a big announcement for his fans. Being on a beautiful Island close to nature, Jubin took this opportunity to surprise his fans with his new song. Talking about performing at the Falcon Festival, singer Nautiyal adds, ‘We had a full house gig last night at the The falcon festival which aims to preserve the migrating birds that visit the Island of Assam by traveling thousands of miles from across the world. Chief Executive Member of Govt of Assam, Debulal started this initiative to spread awareness about the migrating birds and bring the youth together under this cause. Being a nature lover, I’m very happy to be a part of this festival and support it. India, is a land of rich culture and pristine beauty and I must say the Umangso island in Assam is surreal with blue natural lakes and untouched natural beauty.’