|अनुपम रॉय||अनुपम रॉय||अनुपम रॉय|
|Anupam Roy||Anupam Roy||Anupam Roy|
Overall zero, because it's too long and becomes a drag. -Abhay
Anupam Roy soothing and sensual voice makes him the star here. Another lovely composition with a beautiful build-up. -Sowmya
Gem of a song by Anupam Roy. The song I can listen to in loop. Filled with happiness and hope. Beautifully sprinkled Sarod bits make the song even more special. Among top 5 for me.
जीने की ये कैसी आदत लगी, बेमतलब कर्ज़े चढ़ गए..
हादसों से बच के जाते कहाँ, सब रोते हँसते सह गए..
अब ग़लतियां जो मान ली तो ठीक है.. -Mihir M
All departments: promising; needs to improve. -Ashok
Life and the lessons one learns, while silently living it and watching it go by as a spectator are some of the themes discussed in this beautifully composed, written and sung song. A song with tremendous repeat value. -Vikas
I think jhini jhini has already made its presence felt in 4 different songs this year. It is the new maula in Hindi film lyrics though Maula is still going strong. That aside, the tune is quite pleasant and the orchestration is fresh (sarod starring). Didn't mind it at all. -Subrat
As has been the case throughout this exercise, the music is not supported by the voices. Lovely sarod pieces in the end. -Ketan
I think that's a real sarod!. -Armeen
The sarod is the highlight of this song. Is 'har dooriyaan har faasle qareeb hain' grammatically correct? -Aditya
"har dooriyaan har faasle" -- is this being considered grammatically correct these days? -UVR