The makers of the film Mirzya have launched a new romantic number ‘Aave Re Hitchki’ and its extremely pleasing to ears. The song has a perfect blend of traditional and modern music instruments like the Sarangi, Dholak and the Guitar.
The video of the song shows Harshvardhan Kapoor (who plays Adil), as a stable hand who also doubles up as a Tourist Guide in Rajasthan. As the song progresses, Saiyami Kher (who plays Soochi), is shown taking horse riding lessons from Adil. What follows can only be described as hidden adoration and longing.
The song has been shot exquisitely amidst the desolate terrain of Ladakh and the vibrant Rajasthan, presenting the contrast between the contemporary world and that of folklore. Aave Re Hitchki has been penned by Gulzar, composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy and crooned by Mame Khan and Shankar Mahadevan. If you get a certain rustic feeling of folk songs while listening to it then it’s because of Mame Khan who is known for his contemporary folk music.
Mirzya has been directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. The film is inspired by the legendary ‘Mirza Sahiban’, a tragic tale of star-crossed lovers. The movie is scheduled to hit the theatres on October 7