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Asim Azhar’s ‘Soneya’ Receives A Overwhelming Response!


‘Soneya’ is a new song in the playlists of quarantine!

Asim Azhar was recently stuck in a controversy after the big revelation by Hania Amir terming him just a friend and his song ‘Tum Tum’ also did not receive a good response but his recent song ‘Soneya’ has been receiving a lot of good response from the audience.

He launched the song on Thursday, July 23, 2020, and has received an immensely positive response and masses are loving the song and its composition. Even the song is shot differently without depicting any storyline, with an international kind of production.

The Tum Tum singer took to his Twitter to thank his fans for loving his work so much he wrote:

“Feels so good to be about what I am. My music. Thank you for the overwhelming response on Soneya ! when I made this a year ago, for some reason I thought it would never release because every time we would try we’d face a new challenge. Today, it’s here. #asimazhar #soneya” 

He also shared the post regarding the song is out now and tweeted:

“SONEYA IS OUT!!! these ones from my heart to you guys. hope you enjoy it. [sic]”

Kunaal Vermaa has written the song and it is composed by Asim himself has crossed eight lac above views on YouTube in just a few hours.

Check the full song below:

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Nimra Arshad

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