Singers Sonu Nigam and Jonita Gandhi have crooned for a musical short film titled 'First Date' which vouches to take people back to the "era of innocent love".
Presented by fashion social network Roposo and online universal platform The Moody Nation, the video is set in locales of Udaipur and captures the essence of first dates and innocent love stories.
'First Date' which released on Wednesday, talks about a couple which takes a step back to stand their ground during adversity and cherish what love truly means.
The short film premiered its audio on India’s leading music platform Saavn.
“This song beautifully captures the unspoken sweet-nothings of young love. As an artist, I think The Moody Nation is providing a great platform and opportunity to budding talent. Also, I feel we should promote Indie music majorly. I had a wonderful experience working with the team,” Nigam said in a statement.
Talking about the new campaign, Roposo co-founder and chief executive officer Avinash Saxena said: "Roposo is all about youth, embracing your individuality, and basking in your creative expression. We have seen The Moody Nation's past work and the messages they send across in their videos are quite aligned to our brand philosophy".
"This album beautifully describes the sincere emotions and fervent expressions of today’s youth," he added.