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Lt Governor releases Jubin Nautiyal’s music album ‘Tujhe Bhoolna Toh Chaha’

Last Updated on March 31, 2021 at 7:26 pm

Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha today released renowned singer Jubin Nautiyal’s music album ‘Tujhe Bhoolna Toh Chaha’ at General Zorawar Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu.

Made under the banner of T-Series and filmed in the picturesque settings of Kashmir valley, the song also features Abhishek Singh, an IAS & actor, and daughter of the soil, Samreen Kaur.

Speaking on the occasion, the Lt Governor termed the occasion as yet another milestone in the direction of making J&K- a preferred shooting destination for the film-makers.

The aesthetic beauty of J&K has been beautifully captured through the song. It also marks the revival of J&K’s halcyon days of being a cinematographer’s delight, he added. 

The Lt Governor observed that J&K has always been a famous film-shooting destination. The golden era is back and many filmmakers are ready to shoot their movies, web series and music albums in the UT.

J&K Government is all set to welcome the film-makers from all over the world again. We want to bring back the 1980s era to the film industry in J&K, and make Union Territory the most favourite destination of filmmakers worldwide, said the Lt Governor.

The coming of number of famous film personalities like Imtiaz Ali, Irshad Kamil, Madhur Bhandarkar, Siddharth Roy Kapur and other big names and  production houses to the UT in the last few months has once again deepened the connect between J&K and the film industry, added the Lt Governor.

Highlighting the reformative measures being taken by the UT Government for making J&K a hub for filmmaking, the Lt Governor observed that the UT Government has developed one of the finest Film Policies which will revive J&K’s incredible glory in Indian Cinema. For facilitating the film-makers, and encouraging the local talent, besides providing more livelihood opportunities to the youth, the J&K Administration has recognized Film as an industry, he added.