Mumbai, 14th October 2022: Shadab siddiqui brings his next directorial venture . It’s called as intezaar and it’s under taaleem music which is headed by Sajid Wajid music. The song is out on the taaleem music channel and it is getting all the love. The song has been sung by Abhishek Bharadwaj and Sajid’s Talented Daughter Muskaan and has been produced by Taaleem Music . It’s an honorable mention for the late wajid as he has had tremendous success with his brother Sajid and the musical duo from the Sajid Wajid duo which has broken records after records. Shadab Siddiqui has been churning out hits after hits and he has had a memorable journey as well. Let’s hear what he has to say.
Here is what the director voices to us in an exclusive conversation, “Intezaar is a beautiful word. It teaches us patience. It’s complete in itself. This song has come after a long time so that’s literally intezaar for me. I have been with taaleem music for quite some time and it has been really a great learning experience. Sajid Bhai called me one day that he is doing a song for muskaan who is his daughter and I went to meet him. I asked for a couple of days and we worked on it together. I have been a huge fan of Sajid Wajid music. This is also my tribute to the late wajid bhai who will always be in my heart. Muskaan loved the song and she texted me that bhai, it was great working with you. So it’s been a fruitful journey for a director. Taaleem music has been very close to me. Sajid sir has a huge heart and he is very down to earth. He supports newcomers and he has been the backbone of this project outrightly. He has taught me something each day. He has had some legendary work behind him. Muskaan has sung the song awaara from dabanng 3 and that was a huge hit. It’s her third song and the maturity that she has shown is absolutely commendable. It’s been a beautiful journey.”
The music video looks beautiful and it is bound to take you on a memory lane and get nostalgic. It’s for anyone who has ever loved or has yearned for one. That pretty much makes it all of us.