Best of Indian Music : Week 4 | Purely Cinema

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Here are the week 4’s picks for the Best of Indian music series.

Ee Sanje Yakagide
Language: Kannada
Movie Name: Geleya
Year : 2007
This iconic song was a part of Kannada movie “Geleya” directed by Harsha.Sonu Nigam’s soulful voice along with the masterful orchestration of Mano Murthy made this song one of the most loved Kannada song of all time. Lyricist Jayant Kaikini showed his mastery in conveying the idea of how gloomy everything looks when we truly miss someone.

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Language : Tamil
Movie Name : Kacheri Arambam
Year : 2010
This melodious track was a part of Tamil movie Kacheri Arambam directed by Thiraivannan.Pop singer Palash Sen,who rarely singers for feature films has rendered his Midas touch to the song. Composer D Imman used tabla and woodwinds to create a qawwali feel to the song.Lyricist Late Na Muthukumar has done the fantastic job in conveying the emotion of protagonist after meeting his love interest.

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Kizhakku Pookkum
Language : Malayalam
Movie Name : Anwar
Year : 2010
This magical Qawwali number is a part of Amar Neerad’s Anwar.Music is composed by Gopi Sundar and lyrics are by Rafeeq Ahamed.Sparkling voice of Shreya Ghoshal along with the mastery of Sabri Brothers took this song to a whole new level.The song conveyes the infatuation of protagonist in a poetic manner by comparing the love interest with a blooming flower.

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Sapnon se bhare naina
Language : Hindi
Movie Name : Luck By Chance
Year : 2008
Composed by the popular musical trip of Indian cinema Shankar Ehsaan and Loy,the song penned by legendary lyricist Javed Akthar conveys the hardships,beliefs and the confidence to face it all in a poetic manner.This semi classical number sung by Shankar Mahadevan is based on Raag Bhairavi.Powerful lyrics along with the masterful composition made this song a true masterpiece.

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Adiga Adiga
Language : Telugu
Movie Name : Ninnu Kori
Year : 2017
This soulful track is crooned by Sid Sriram who rose to fame with A R Rahman’s Thalli Pogathe from Acham Enbathu Madamaiyada.What really worked out with this song is the heart warming lyrics by Srijo and pain in the voice of Sid Sriram.Minimalist strings in the backdrop elevates the deep voice of Sid Sriram.

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