Naina by Noida Artist Siddharth Dhawan

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Naina takde ne rehvaan tereyaan… sang Siddharth Dhawan remembering his wife, whom he lost to an accident and how he has been taking care of himself and his son as a single father, since then. This song garnered 0.49 million views since being uploaded on YouTube. So let’s go to Naina by Noida Artist Siddharth Dhawan.

Naina by Noida Artist Siddharth Dhawan

Talking about the song, Siddharth says, “The feel of the song is thinking of the most important person in your life, who left you at a place where you can’t even fight to get her back. Feeling helpless, missing her all the time, thinking about her, dreaming about her every night and then finally making a decision to live with just her memories forever.”

Asked about the thoughts while writing the song, he says, “All that I was thinking while writing the song was how I was becoming insane while thinking about the loss that happened in my life and how I was not able to focus on anything or even take care of my dear loved ones at that time. And I thought about how much I wanted that one person to come back in my life and be with me the same way we were earlier.”

He was inspired by his own real life when he lost his wife to an accident. He adds, “I wrote this song five years ago after someone, who was more than just a part of my life, left me strangled with all the insecurities. It happened just like a snap of a finger. I was even more than desperate to get that person back into my life, which I actually tried for several years but I failed repetitively. At last, I left that hope and tried to continue living my life without her.”

This song that has been sung by Siddharth Dhawan, has been penned and composed by himself. The video has been directed by Saurabh Khatri and the director of photography is Ayush Dagar. The artists featured in the video of this Koinage Records production are Siddharth Dhawan, Lovely Singh and Master Nivaan Katyal.

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