“I wonder what’s coming next?”
Pakistan’s famed musician Bilal Saeed is set to release his next single ‘Judaiya’, a collaboration with British singer-songwriter Ezu on January 28, 2022.
The music video for the song stars Isabelle Kaif, the younger sister of leading Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif.
The ‘Baari’ singer took to his Instagram handle on the evening of January 26, 2022, to share the official poster of the song.
Alongside the poster, Bilal Saeed wrote:
“A beautiful song by @ezuworld and myself! Featuring the very talented @isakaif.”
Bilal is best known for his singles ‘12 Saal’, ‘Adhi Adhi Raat’ and ‘Teri Khair Mangdi’.
Many of Bilal’s songs have been featured in films such as Daddy Cool Munde Fool, Baar Baar Dekho and Dostana 2.
Isabelle Kaif also shared a poster for the ‘Judaiya’ music video on social media with the caption:
“Judaiya! A brand new song by @ezuworld and @bilalsaeed_music
“Music video releasing on Friday 28th Jan on YouTube/VIPRecords!”
Earlier, both Bilal Saeed and Ezu teased their upcoming song to fans on social media.
In a post shared simultaneously, the musicians wrote: “I wonder what’s coming next?”
‘Judaiya’ marks the first collaboration between Bilal Saeed and Ezu, a British Asian artist hailing from South London.
Bilal Saeed’s last release was in October 2021, ‘Mitti Da Khadona’, which also featured Munaza Rajpoot.
Talking about the song, Bilal Saeed said:
“Mitti Da Khadona is a narration of the helpless nature of love and how it evolves from the expectation of affection and loyalty to something beyond reciprocity.”
Isabelle Kaif made her Bollywood debut in 2021 with the dance-drama film Time To Dance, in which she co-starred with Sooraj Pancholi.
She has also featured in projects such as Dr Cabbie and Summum Bonum.
Isabelle Kaif’s debut was not without criticism from netizens.
Many accused Katrina of promoting nepotism in Bollywood, especially as Isabelle’s debut was rumoured to have been orchestrated by Salman Khan, whom Katrina has worked with many times.
In 2021, Isabelle Kaif opened up about the advice she received from her sister Katrina about surviving in the industry:
“Just focus on my work, keep my head down.”
“It also came from different people, anyone who has been in the film industry.
“They give similar advice. My sister was definitely one of those people who gave me that.”
Isabelle added: “I’m just starting now, there are so many types of films I want to do.
“I’d love to do an action or a period film.
“It’s just the beginning, there’s everything left to do.”