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Big names come together for Meet Bros' Gal Ban Gai
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The mega release of T-Series' new single "Gal Ban Gai" has become the talk of the town. With the who's who of the music industry coming together to re-create Sukhbir's cult song, Gal Ban Gai was released during the auspicious Ganapati festival. After the stupendous success of Meet Bros single last single "Befikra", "Gal Ban Gai" is touted to be the next big hit track from them. "Indeed it's one of the biggest collaboration of the year. With Sukhbir, Honey Singh and Neha Kakkar, we were sure that we're on the right track. It gives us immense pride to re-create Gal Ban Gai," says Manmeet Singh.

Being backed by T-Series, the single has already creating record of sorts on social networking platforms. With the numbers multiplying by the day, Gal Ban Gai is being liked by the audience. "It is a challenge to re-create a song that is played at parties and weddings for years. As music directors we have to ensure that we give our 100 percent and do complete justice to every song. We had felt the same pressure during recreating 'High Heels' from Ki and Ka and 'Nachange Saari Raat' from Junooniyat. It is the unconditional love of our audience that keeps us going," says an elated Harmeet Singh. Bringing the big names of music industry for Gal Ban Gai, Meet Bros have proved that they are the trendsetters.

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