Valentine's Day Celebrated with Anu Malik!

February 2015
Radio & Music;2/20/2015, p7
Music Video Review
The article reviews the musical video which Indian musical director and singer Anu Malik composed out of love tweets sent by lucky couples through social networking site Twitter on Valentine's Day 2015 to promote the Indian romantic comedy film "Dum Laga Ke Haisha."


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