Farhan Saeed’s song “Ehsaan Hai Tumhara” from his debut film “Tich Button” is out now 

The first song Farhan Saeed’s debut film Tich Button “Ehsaan hai Tumhara” was released by ARY Films.

Jonita Gandhi has lent her vocals alongside Farhan Saeed, for this romantic track, which has been composed by Adrian David Emmanuel and penned down by Shakeel Sohail (late). 

The music video released showcases the exquisite Iman Aly being romanced by the ‘King of Romance’ Farhan Saeed in the stunning locales of Turkey. 

“Adrian Emmanuel has outdone himself with the music of Tich Button.”, stated Farhan Saeed. “Ehsaan hai Tumhara is a special treat for my music fans, as it’s the only song in the film that I have sung myself. I genuinely hope they enjoy listening to it as much as we have enjoyed making it for them.”

Tich Button, directed by Qasim Ali Mureed, is Saeed’s third collaboration with the director – after ‘Prem Gali’ and the 2022 blockbuster drama  ‘Mere Hamsafar’. 

Tich Button is releasing worldwide on Nov 11, 2022.

Farhan Saeed’s song “Ehsaan Hai Tumhara” from his debut film “Tich Button”

Video Credits: ARY Digital

Farhan Saeed is a renowned Pakistani singer-songwriter, actor and producer. This multi talented actor and singer started his career with the band Jal and then moved further on into acting and gave hits after hits such as Udaari, Suno Chanda and Mere Humsafar to name a few. He made his mark on the big screen with the movie Punjab Nahi Jaungi and now producing and releasing his own film “Tich Button”. Alongside he continued singing his hit solo tracks and OSTs and kept his musical journey alive.

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