Hailing from Rajasthan, Pia Soni possessing dreams in her eyes to carve a niche for herself in the land of dream Bollywood, little did she know her talent would give her the big break to the tinsel town? After marking her excellence in modeling industry Pia Soni gears up to flaunt her moves in a couple of Punjabi song videos, produced under the banner of Chetna Entetaiment; Music by DJ Shiezwood; Directed by Navin Batra.
While she flaunts the tiara of fame and popularity, Miss Delhi 2013 Pia Soni features in two of Navin Batra’s Punjabi directorial music video. Having no Bollywood back ground, it wasn’t a cake walk for the girl who possesses the dreams to make a name for her but Chetna Sharma who has helmed careers of various stars took her under her wings and lend a helping hand.
Exploring her credentials, Pia Soni explores different genres. From peppy punjabi no. “Party Punjabi Song” to a slow romantic song, the girl leaves no stone unturned to turn heads with her talent and charm.
Audience is definitely in for a high energetic, peppy masala punjabi song ‘Party Punjabi Song” which features Pia Soni in a glamorous avatar flaunting her moves. The song pose all the elements for all it to be one party song of the year. Renowned singer and rapper Baba Honey and melodious singer Taranum has lend their voices to the adding that extra pinch of magic and energy. The music helmed by DJ Shiezwood promises to be a huge rage amongst the party numbers.
The young starlet, Pia Soni who has marked her expertise in print ads, magazine shoot also commercial ads elaborates her experience working in the Punjabi videos“I am really great full to Chetna Ma’am to trust me and give a chance and launch me under Chetna Entertainment and get the best of out me. Working with Navin Sir has been an honor. Since I am absolutely new to the craft everyone on the set was extremely warm and cooperative towards me and took me under their wings and lent a helping hand to me in order to perfect my skills. Both the videos that feature me are totally different from each other. I feel really fortunate to have got the chance to explore various genres at such an early stage of my career.”