Meri Pyaari Bindu Music Review: Sachin-Jigar, Parineeti Chopra and Arijit Singh make the album magical | PINKVILLA

2021-1-1

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Here’s our music review of Ayushmann Khuranna and Parineeti Chopra’s Meri Pyaari Bindu.





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Ayushmann Khurrana plays Abhimanyu Roy, a pulp fiction writer, in Meri Pyari Bindu while Parineeti essays the role of Bindu, an aspiring singer. The film traces the story of two creative people falling in love. Director Akshay Roy said, “There is a certain sense of nostalgia to it, a certain sense of love for music in it.”
 
Meri Pyaari Bindu’s plot is set in 1980’s in Kolkata and has that vibe to it and it was expected that the music of the film will have all elements of nostalgia. The film is set to hit the theatres on May 12 and here’s our music review: 
 
Afeemi
 


 
Afeemi afeemi afeemi hai yeh pyaar, Afeemi hai tera mera pyaar, Ho.. Afeemi afeemi afeemi hai yeh pyaar, Afeemi hai tera mera pyaar
 
Afeemi – the first word which will come in your mind is intoxication and the second word would be opium. Afeemi hai tera mera pyaar – going by the lyrics, we all can say that their love is something which gets them high. If you are in love, you’ll surely relate to Afeemi. The song will make you smile as you’ll start thinking about all the good moments you have spent with that special person. Sung by Sanah Moidutty and Jigar Saraiya, the song is melodious to the core. Well, the best part is how it starts with the tunes of acoustic and electronic guitar and as the song progresses, you should also hear drum beats and keyboard. What will exactly blow your mind is the intersection of flute, tabla, guitar and drums. 
 
Ye Jawaani Teri
 

 
Pyaar hua and now it’s time to rock n roll! Guitar, bass, drums and piano make the song as it is – heavy beat with raving delivery. Sung by Nakash Aziz and Jonita Gandhi, Ye Jawaani Teri will take you back to the 90’s when rock n roll music was at its peak. Arrey bhaad mein jaaye saali, Yeh yaari duniyadari
Ghar mein tere aane de na, Aane de na mujhe – lyrics by Kausar Munir are funky and will surely make you dance. 
 
Haareya
 

 
Arijit Singh – I don’t remember doing a music review in last few months which doesn’t have Arijit in it. Haareya is a perfect love ballad sung by none other than Arijit. It’s one of the best songs on the jukebox and has to be – Arijit’s voice and Sachin-Jigar’s composition. What sets the song apart is the fact that Arijit has mastery over falsetto notes. The song very well captures the intensity of the love of a guy for his ladylove – thanks to the lyrics by Priya Saraiya – Dekheya main chaand dekheya, Nooran waale sitaare dekheya, Par tere jaisa na koi dekheya main, O haareya main dil haareya, Main haara tujhpe o, Khuli aankhon se dekha woh, Haseen khwab hai tu! The song is also a delight to all the music buffs as the composer has intelligently blended the tones of electric guitar, acoustic guitar and drums. 

 
Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin
 

 
Maana ke hum yaar nahin, Lo tay hai ke pyaar nahin, Phir bhi nazrein na tum milaana, Dil ka aitbaar nahi,Maana ke hum yaar nahin  – Parineeti Chopra!
 
Here comes a heartbreak song of the album. Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin has already become one of the popular songs Bollywood has churned out this year. Parineeti, with her soothing voice, has added magic to the soulful lyrics and has proved that the fact that creativity has no boundaries. Instruments like Harmonium, Jaltarang, Matki Dhol and Sitar make it worth and you would want to listen to it again and again. And yes, if you are going through the pangs of love, this song will make your weep your heart out. Hats off!
 
Iss Tarah
 


 
Yeh Ishq Nahi Aasan Bus Itna Samajh Lijiye, Aik Aag Ka Darya Hai Aur Doob Kar Jana Hai
 
Do you remember these lines? Now, for Meri Pyaari Bindu, Clinton Cerejo and Dominique Cerejo have given it a punk touch. Iss Tarak will remind you of all the indie pop songs we have had, thanks to the instruments like Nylon Guitars, Electric Guitar, Electric Drums, Synth Bass and Keyboard. 
 
Khol De Baahein
 


 
Khol De Baahein is the perfect way to end a jukebox. Monali Thakur has added her twist and you would surely love her husky and seductive voice. The mixture of Bengali and Hindi lyrics will blow your mind. Khol De Baahein, in the context of the song, is all about letting yourself free from the shackles of mundane life and live in the present moment. 
 
Verdict: In a nutshell, Sachin-Jigar’s composition does wonders for the album of Meri Pyaari Bindu. 
 
We give it 70 out of 100 on the Pinkvilla meter!

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