Ranjit Bawa reveals his sentiments in ‘Chote Chote Ghar’
Gurdaspur-born Ranjit Bawa is a pop sensation in Punjab and among Punjabi’s elsewhere in the world. His songs are often part of neatly choreographed dance performances at weddings, though he hasn’t marked his entry into Bollywood yet, his popularity soars high, often topping UK Bhangra charts. And now he has again made it to the music charts with his single ‘Chote Chote Ghar’.
The song features the struggle of his childhood days where he used to live in a small house in Punjab. The song is all things motivational for people to get motivated from his work and dedication towards his goals.
The track starts with Ranjit Bawa feeling upset and disheartened owing to the controversies that surrounded him and his work. It was then, his father made him realize that he (Ranjit) has always been a fighter, someone who never gave up on his dreams, and thus, he shouldn’t give up now. Further, it also features Ranjit’s friends who stood by him in his tough times.
Watch the song here:
On the cinematic front, Ranjit Bawa was shooting ‘MIB: Kale Kacchian Wale’ before the lockdown. He also has ‘Daddy Cool Munde Fool 2’ in the pipeline with Jassie Gill, Jaswinder Bhalla, Tania, and Aarushi Sharma.
This song has been penned by Babbu while the music is by Gur Sidhu. This song is a true depiction of what happens in the majority of people’s lives and yet again Ranjit Bawa has come forward enacting not only his struggle but showing the world what most of the people go through. We hope that his message is perceived positively by the audience!
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