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Zubeen Garg’s Din Jwole Raati Jwole crosses 10 million YouTube views
Popular Assam singer Zubeen Garg’s Din Jwole Raati Jwole, a song from Assamese film Mission China, has crossed 10 million views on Times Music YouTube channel. This is the first time an Assamese film original sound track has crossed the 10 million mark and has become the most loved song.
Din Jwole Raati Jwole, the super hit song from Assamese film Mission China was sung by Zubeen Garg and Zublee Baruah. The video was shot at various places in Arunachal Pradesh, including Mayodia and Namsai.
Mission China is one of the biggest hits in the Assamese film industry in recent times. The film, touted as the most expensive Assamese film ever with a budget of Rs 2 crore, has been able to run full houses across the country. The film was released at more than 55 halls including in New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Banglore besides home state Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya.
Released in 2017, Din Jwole Raati Jwole has grabbed a lot of attention, thanks to its melodious tune, beautiful rhythm and jaw-dropping locations. The song has been composed and penned by Zubeen Garg.
“I’m highly glad and thankful to all my fans for showing unconditional love and support to Din Jwole Raati Jwole. The song is no doubt one of the compositions, that is very close to my heart. Thank you all. Would request everyone to spread more love through music,” said composer-singer Zubeen Garg.
Mission China is an Assamese action drama film directed and produced by Zubeen Garg along with Garima Saikia Garg under the banner of ‘I Creation Productions’.
Din Jwole Raati Jwole is Times Music’s exclusive release and is available across all its digital and mobile platforms.
Besides Zubeen, who plays the protagonist as Colonel Goswami, the film features Deeplina Deka, Sattyakee D’com Bhuyan, Siddhartha Goswami, Yankee Parashar, Parthasarathi Mahanta, Pabitra Rabha, Bibhuti Bhushan Hazarika, Tridib Lahon, Nabadweep Borgohain, Ragini Parashar and Bhashwati Bharati among others. Zubeen also wrote the script and screenplay for the film.