Parineeti Chopra is set to release her first single, Mujhe Tum Nazar Se

Although Parineeti Chopra has previously sung the song Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin for her 2017 movie Meri Pyaari Bindu's soundtrack, she is set to release her first single, Mujhe Tum Nazar Se.

Back in 2012, Priyanka Chopra had made her singing career debut internationally with her hit single In My City that had featured will.i.am. She had also gone on to win a People's Choice Award for the same, later that year. Now, it seems as though her cousin sister Parineeti Chopra is going to walk down the same footsteps as her Mimi Didi and make a musical career of her own.

Although Parineeti has once previously sung the song Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin before for her 2017 movie Meri Pyaari Bindu's soundtrack, her first single is reportedly a new spin on a Mehdi Hassan classic Mujhe Tum Nazar Se.

As per Pune Mirror, the song will be produced by T-Series' Bhushan Kumar and composed by Amaal Mallik. The lyrics will be penned by Manoj Muntashir, who has previously written the lyrics to the remake versions of the songs Sanu Ek Pal and Mere Rashke Qamar. Parineeti would reportedly be shooting for the music video next month.

“Music evolves every day and it’s important to sharpen the song to make it appealing. Pari will be re-dubbing some portions sometime this month, the music video will be shot in May,” Muntashir told Mirror.

As per the report, the music video will also feature a male actor besides Parineeti, who is yet to be cast. The hunt has reportedly already begun.

“Pari's voice is very relatable. Koi ustad nahi hai, isiliye seedha dil pe lagti hai,” the lyricist, who has written songs for the actress’ Bhuj: The Pride of India and the Saina Nehwal biopic, further told the entertainment portal.

On being asked whether Parineeti would also be giving playback to these movies of hers to come, the lyricist was further cited as saying, “There are no plans yet. Saina is an emotional story because besides the badminton ace’s achievements, it will also focus on the inherent simplicity of the Hyderabadi girl, who at the end of the day likes to return home to a cup of coffee. My songs will focus on that simplicity.”