Singer Shubh To Release The Official Video Of We Rollin Soon?

Mere Dabb 32 Bore Thalle Kaali Car Ae is everything that your ears have got habitual to these days. IG reels, music playlists, and every other thing possible where we can hear the sounds, We Rollin can definitely be listened to without any doubt.

People have gone amazingly mad for this song and it has become very popular in recent times. Shubh is the one who has lent his amazing voice and pen to the song that is ruling everybody’s hearts and minds currently. With over 36 Million views on the audio itself which was released almost 4 months ago, it is still managing to remain a superhit. And to your surprise, this song is now finally getting visuals.

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If it is to be believed then the speculations are that Shubh is coming up with the video of the previously released audio song We Rollin very soon. Director Rubbal Gtr and Shubh were seen together shooting for something and it is possibly going to be out as the video of the popular song. 

The posts & the pictures shared by both singer and the director makes the hints more stronger of them collaborating for some music video. Where Shubh captioned his picture with #surprisesurprise, director Rubbal Gtr captioned a picture of him and the former as They know how We Rollin #2022 about to be Elevated. This is what made us confused over the collaboration.

Possibility is that it can be the video of We Rollin or also the video of Shubh’s another popular song Elevated, but it is something for sure. Whatever it is, we are already very excited for this to happen soon and that the video or the project the artists are shooting for comes out before the audience very soon. 

Rubbal Gtr has recently directed Parmish Verma’s song Midnight and is probably to soon team up with Diljit Dosanjh for his upcoming songs. On the other side Shubh has become everyone’s favourite with his songs We Rollin and Elevated, even Bollywood superstars were seen jamming to those songs in no time of their release.

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