Discovery+ is about to surprise its viewers with an Indian adaptation of the international popular franchise ‘Say Yes To The Dress.’ In the wedding season, the brand roped with one of India’s most famous rappers, Badshah.
The melodious singer Payal Dev is joining him. The track is composed by Aditya Dev and produced by The Content Team production house. The song is choreographed by Punit J Pathak.
Badshah is going to look in five different avatars which makes the audience amazed. The video not only showcases real-time brides but also brings the core theme of the show and the attention they deserve. The rapper’s new wedding track will make a sway and go to the top in your playlist.
The marketing head of Discovery Inc. Isaac John said we believe in offering content that caters to different passion groups. As we are going towards the wedding season, we are excited to present another original called Say Yes To The Dress India.
We think that weddings are incomplete without some tracks.
Badshah said, the song is going to hit the right notes for each bride, and fun to see its playout as I tried to capture various thoughts that run in the bride’s mind. For the first time, I was not just being myself but playing some funny avatars made the experience special.
It is a delight to join discovery+ for the second time this year and looking forward to working with them on more interesting projects. I hope this song will set the bar high and makes its way to everyone’s playlist.
The founder and main producer of The Content Team Neeraj Sharma said we believe in creative solutions that bring audiences closer to the content. We are ecstatic to present the largest Shaadi hit yet.
Singer Payal Dev said it’s always a fun time working with Badshah and this song is magic to the ears. Since we fully enjoyed this track, I am sure the audiences will also love it.
The choreographer Punit J Pathak said, listening to the track, I knew it will be the song of the season so I tried to choreograph the song simply. Also, Badshah created an amazing and catchy song to which I had to justify it virtually.