, who is known for her hit numbers like Dilbar, Leja Re, Main Teri Hoon, is back with another single, ‘Vaaste’. The song directed by Vinay Sapru and Radhika Rao has been extensively shot at St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai. The video depicts a heartwarming teenage love story, which will take you back to your college life.
The young pop sensation has collaborated with Nikhil D’Souza for the latest number which is directed by Vinay Sapru & Radhika Rao and has been penned down by Arafat Mehmood. The music has been composed by Tanishk Bagchi who previously composed Dhvani’s Leja Re and Dilbar (Satyameva Jayate).
Talking about the song Dhvani said, “I am very thrilled and excited for this song to come out. It has been an amazing experience to collaborate with Nikhil and working with Tanishq is always fun. Radhika Ma’am and Vinay Sir has shot Leja Re and Main Teri Hoon and helped me get better with each song. There is so much I have learned from them. I am thankful that I am doing this song with them only. The song will surely spark the feeling of falling in love. I hope my fans and every music lover out there likes and appreciates the efforts that we have invested in the making of this stirring number.”
The directors of the music video Vinay Sapru and Radhika Rao adds, “We have always enjoyed working on music videos at large since it offers ample room for creativity and working with Dhvani has always been bliss. She is cooperative, humble and always open to advise. Considering her personality, we have kept the tonality fresh and we’re confident that the audience will appreciate our efforts.”
Speaking more about the track, music composer Tanishq Bagchi says, “Vaaste is a song extremely close to my heart. It’s a modern New-Age melody with love and romance being the primary essence. Dhvani is the star in making. She has put her heart and soul in it and is sounding fantastic. Nikhil D’Souza and me have come together in Vaaste and he has got his vibe in this mushy piece as well. In this era of music, ‘Vaaste’ as it means promises to be etched in your heart and mind for quite some time.”