By Tulsi, Bollywood.com News Network
Much known for being Anushka Sharma’s production debut, NH10 is a thriller starring Anushka herself and Neil Bhoopalam. Directed by Navdeep Singh, the film is about a young couple’s terrible experience with criminals during their road trip. The film was due to release on the 6th of March, but now, thanks to Censor Board complications, it has been postponed! Let’s have a look at the film’s music album.
1. Chhil Gaye Naina
The song is as intense as its title suggests. The song starts with some intense music, but the song’s likability drops very quickly. The singers are Kanika Kapoor (who we like way more in Baby Doll and Desi Look) and Dipanshu Pandit. The track is nothing innovative or innovative, and makes you lose interest too soon.
2. Le Chal Mujhe
This song, sung so, so wonderfully by Mohit Chauhan, is slow and smooth. It’s romantic, sad, and lovely, and the lyrics are beautiful. There is also a female version sung by Shilpa Rao, which is kind of depressing thanks to her voice, which is a bit too low! The reprise version is by Arijit Singh, and we find this one the best!
3. Main Jo
Cute, peppy and fresh like a breath of air! Sung by Nayantara Bhatkal (absolutely love her!) and Savera Mehta (who is also awesome), we give this song two big thumbs up!
4. Khoney De
Mohit Chauhan and Neeti Mohan have sung this romantic track, and have done a great job at it, as usual. The instrumental version is almost the same, as even the original track first seems like only an instrumental!
5. Maati Ka Palang
Great music, great voice by Samira Koppikar, and yet this song is not likable! The heavy guitar strings and the classical fashion is insane! But the lyrics are too mind-boggling and over-the-top. Too much to handle!
6. Kya Karein
We can only notice the beautiful voice of Rachel Varghese. The music is soft and beautiful. Probably the best song of the album!
The long album has very repetitive songs. The music is great, but gets monotonous. Also, every song as too many versions! The songs are heavy on lyrics, and depressing.