Woh Din Music Review
Fox Star Studios’ Sajid Nadiadwala produced Nitesh Tiwari directed CHHICHHORE, starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, Prateik Babbar is a comedy drama about life seven friends and their interesting college life to the present, where they are all middle aged and reminisce the days gone by.
Easily the friendship anthem of the year, ‘Woh Din’, is a lively, spirited, breezy situational number composed brilliantly by Pritam with nostalgia written all over (lyrics Amitabh Bhattacharya).
Tushar Doshi’s emotive rendition does bring back fond memories of collage days for all. The visuals accompanying the song too are very relatable as a bearded middle aged Sushant Singh Rajput delves deep down the memory lane into his college and hostel days.
Hilariously comical situations keep coming up as the tiff and one-upmanship between the seniors and freshers continue trickling in. Sushant, Shraddha, Varun look every bit the college going students.
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Khairiyat Music Review
Fox Star Studios’ Sajid Nadiadwala produced Nitesh Tiwari directed CHHICHHORE’s next number, ‘Khairiyat’, is a sort of a heart break , separation number with a nice melodic touch composed by Pritam and penned to tug at the heart by Amitabh Bhattacharya.
Arijit’s emotive and soulful rendition makes the song even classier. The visuals that accompany are highly entertaining and at the same time nostalgic, as highly relatable college romance between Sushant and Shraddha is handled superbly.
Sushant portrays the silent, hesitant wannabe lover trying his level best to approach Shraddha , the accidental/ chance meeting in canteen, library and avoiding Shraddha as result of some misunderstanding etc, to perfection.
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Fikar Not Music Review
Quite in the same corridor as 3 IDIOTS’s chartbusting number, ‘All Is Well’, CHHICHHORE’s next number, ‘Fikar Not’ is situational and carries forward the simple message of not to take stress and worry about the future and stay happy.
The Pritam composed number has glimpses of Salman Khan’s WANTED song, ‘Le Le Maza Le’, be it the Latino beginning or the rhythm but gets into its own later on.
Amitabh Bhattacharya’s lyrics befit the situation. Nakash Aziz, Dev Negi, Amit Mishra, Amitabh Bhattacharya, Sreerama Chandra and Antara Mitra render the number.
The video has been shot quite intelligently as the main young characters are worried about their future and the loser tag and they are inspired by their older selves who ask them to ‘Fikar Not’. The idea is brilliant as all the characters (young and old) join and have a blast, dancing away their worries.
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