The success of the Dum Laga Ke Haisha forces director Sharat Katariya to work again with Anu Malik and Varun Grover. The movie released back in year 2015 and proved to be a hit at the Indian box office. The movie earned many awards for its famous song Moh Moh Ke Dhaage sung by Papon. The song was written by Varun Grover and composed by Anu Malik. Again, the trio comes up with its new film Sui Dhaaga-Made in India. The movie has done a great business at the box office and the music feels good.
The album of Sui Dhaaga have 5 songs which are sung by Papon, Ronkini Gupta, Divya Kumar and Sukhwinder Singh. So, here’s a slight view on its music compositions.
Chaav Laaga – The song released on 27 august 2018. Papon and Ronkini Gupta did a great job in it. Varun Grover had written this beautiful song and Anu Malik’s blessed this song with his brilliant composition. It’s a romantic track but when compared with Moh Moh ke Dhaage, the last composition they done together, you find it lagging somewhere in emotions and soul. Overall it’s a sweet track and sounds good to the ears.
Khatar Patar – This song came out on 8 September 2018. Papon has done a fine work with his voice. Anu Malik impress with his music. The lyrics are fine and fits the situation of the song. The song’s emotions are better when teamed with its visuals.
Tu Hi Aham – Ronkini Gupta sung this track beautifully. It’s a romantic track written by Varun Grover and Anu Malik again impresses with his music. It is one of the best songs of the album which would have been able to catch everyone attention if it was promoted well.
Sui Dhaaga – It’s a title track of the album but was not able to leave any impact on the listeners. However, Divya Kumar sung this song very well.
Sab Badhiya Hai – It’s a promotional track that released on 21 September 2018. On the request of Varun Dhawan, the song was added to the album. Sukhwinder Singh, with his energetic voice and Anu Malik’s music made it an attractive song.
The album Sui Dhaaga-Made in India released on 21 September 2018. On the whole, the album is good. Some tracks impress very well while some disappoint too. Tu Hi Aham is the only song that stands out in comparison to the other tracks. We can also say that the expectations of the listeners are literally murdered with this mix-tape. None of the song was able leave any significant impact on audience like Moh Moh Ke Dhaage did in 2015.