Chitta Kurta

"Chitta Kurta" is a song by Indian singer and lyricist Karan Aujla featuring Gurlez Akhtar. The song was written by Aujla and music was composed by Deep Jandu . The music video was directed by Sukh Sanghera and starred Tanu Grewal as the female lead in it. The song was released on 3 December 2019 by Rehaan Records. The lyrics[1] and Video describe how Aujla's new white clothes got dirty while dealing with his enemies.

"Chitta Kurta"
Chitta Kurta.jpg
Single by Karan Aujla
from the album Chitta Kurta
ReleasedDecember 3, 2019 (2019-12-03)
RecordedNovember 2019
Length3:37
LabelRehaan
Composer(s)Deep Jandu
Lyricist(s)Karan Aujla
Producer(s)Sandeep Rehaan
Karan Aujla singles chronology
"Hint"
(2019)
"Chitta Kurta"
(2019)
"Jhanjar"
(2020)
Music video
"Chitta Kurta" on YouTube

The song hit various charts upon its release. It appeared on Global, Australia, Canada, India, and New Zealand YouTube weekly charts. Also, the song appeared in the UK Asian music chart (BBC) and Apple Music India daily chart. In December 2019, the song and Aujla were the most-listened song and artist respectively on YouTube in Punjab, India and Chandigarh. However, the song was criticized for promoting violence. It was also said that he replied to his rival Sidhu Moose Wala's song 'Dhakka' which was released on the same day.[2]

Music videoEdit

 
Aujla performed "Chitta Kurta" in his live performance at Chandigarh on 29 November 2019

The music video of the song was directed by Sukh Sanghera, who also served as cinematographer. The filming of the video lasted for two days in November 2019 in Canada. Sanghera in his vlog disclosed Gurlez Akhtar was selected as a female singer after the filming of music video.[3] Karan Aujla and Tanu Grewal acted as lead artists in the music video. The music video was released on YouTube on 3 December 2019 by Rehaan Records and it trended for over nine days in Punjab, India. As of January 2021, it has been viewed over 200 million times.[4]

AccoladesEdit

Karan Aujla and Gurlez Akhtar were nominated for Best Duet Vocalists at PTC Punjabi Music Awards.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Chitta Kurta lyrics written by Karan aujla, retrieved 2019-12-27
  2. ^ Service, Tribune News. "When violence is the object, not subject". The Tribune. Archived from the original on 2020-02-16. Retrieved 2020-02-16.
  3. ^ Chitta Kurta Vlog | Karan Aujla | Sukh Sanghera Deep Jandu Rehaan Records, retrieved 2019-12-27
  4. ^ Chitta Kurta (Full video) Karan Aujla feat. Gurlez Akhtar | Deep jandu | Punjabi Songs 2019, retrieved 2019-12-27
  5. ^ "PTC Punjabi Music Awards 2020: Nominations". PTC Punjabi. Archived from the original on 6 October 2020. Retrieved 6 October 2020.

^ Chitta Kurta Meaning in English