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MINAL KHAN STARS IN BRITISH MUSIC VIDEO.

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British Asian singer Maz Bonafide is set to continue his success with his latest release ‘Wifey Type’.
Only released a few days ago, ‘Wifey Type’ is fast becoming the the summer Anthem of the year. It went straight to number 1 on iTunes World Charts. The accompanying video starring the Pakistani actress Minal Khan has gone viral and has already hit over a million views on YouTube. The song is causing a stir on social media with thousands of fans posting videos on snapchat showing love.
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Written and composed by Maz himself, Wifey Type is produced by Vee, the man behind some of this year’s biggest hits including ‘Lahore’ and ‘High Rated Gabru’ by Guru Randhawa.
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Renowned for big music videos, having previously won numerous international awards for his hits including the award for the Middle East Most Favourite Video of 2016 for ‘Nazar Na Lagey’, it is no surprise ‘Wifey Type’ is another high quality production. Also this time Maz has shot the video in two countries, Pakistan and the UK. The Pakistan part of the video was filmed at Bani Gala, Islamabad by IRK Films who are responsible for hit movies such as ‘Janan’ and ‘Parchi’.
Maz Bonafide & Minal Khan

Maz used his own Bentley in the video

Maz with movie Director Imran Kazmi

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