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My father encouraged me to discover my inner singer: Jannat Zubair
Jannat Zubair, known for her roles in fictional dramas like "Kashi - Ab Na Rahe Tera Kagaz Kora," "Phulwa," and "Tu Aashiqui," as well as her participation in the stunt-based reality series "Khatron Ke Khiladi 12," recently released her most recent song, "Babu Shona Mona," which was curated by Zubair Rahmani and features music and lyrics by Vibhas.
In an exclusive interview with us she opened up on her new track. Jannat remarked, "Singing is something I have cherished, and I enjoyed singing the music. A track for millennials and new age music for Generation Z, "Babu Shona Mona" has a new age sound. My father created the concept and the song since he knew how much I loved to sing and constantly encouraged me to discover my inner singer. We will launch the video when we finish launching the audio today".
She also spoke about returning to television after taking part in Khatron Ke Khiladi 12. According to Jannat, who took part in the reality series based on stunts created by Rohit Shetty, "After four years, it makes me very happy to be back on television. Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 seems to be the perfect programme for my television comeback. My first exposure to the reality genre hasn't been good, and I don't see how it could be much better. I'm very looking forward to this opportunity, and I'm hopeful the viewers will like seeing me on the screens again after such a long time."
Jannat Zubair has ruled the hearts of many with her creative brilliance, and now her voice will storm the music scene. Babu Shona Mona is a song for anyone who is nursing a broken heart; in addition to being musical, it is also consoling.