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Poster of ‘Jatt Yamla’ released
Posted 18 Jul 2017 03:31 PM

The Three Shades Productions presents ‘Motion Poster ‘of its new album entitled ‘Jatt Yamla’ at K L Saigal hall, here today.
The album being unique of its kind is sung by a Jammu lad Maanki whose enthralling voice and acting presentation has produced a sparkling effect of a Punjabi culture and surroundings which will be cherished by all.
The album contains one video and four vocal tracks, all sung by Maanki while in video Maanki is seen to expertise his acumen as a seasoned performer.
The Album is produced by Jagdish Raj Gupta and is directed through the ace hands of young Aman Nautiyal. The soulful lyrics are rendered by three writers viz Jatinder Baadshahpuria, Shera Bajwa and Aminkle while the beguile music in the background comes from Mohit Kumwar, Rajveer and B. Anmol.
The Director of Photography (DOP) by Jitender Sainraj is added flavor to the album that goes for worldwide release on August 20.
Speaking on the occasion, Geetyian movie fame Tanveer Dar, the chief guest on the occasion, said that young people taking up challenging projects in Jammu is appreciable and hoped that the team of Jatt Yamla will go a long way in establishing the Jammu’s name on International horizons also.
Director Aman Nautiyal added that making of Jatt Yamla was a unique, challenging and exciting project that consumed more than a month’s time with a strong tam of nearly 15 dedicated people working 24X7 on it.
“The sets, choreography, sounds, locales, music, editing and all aspects of the album were very clinically chosen taking Punjab as background to give the album a natural fillip and feel of the art. We worked day and night to accomplish the project and left no stone unturned to make it a perfect combination of art, music, sound and technique falling in perfect groove,” said Aman Nautiyal.
The project is all set to open for worldwide release on August 20 and team Jatt Yamla is gearing up for a final show that will be held in city of temples with great fanfare .

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