Dil Bechara Music Album Review: Taare Ginn to Friendzone, five AR Rahman songs that must be on your playlist

Considering Dil Bechara revolves around two cancer patients and their journeys, the songs surprisingly don't bog you down but are in fact a celebration of life.
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Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput and Sanjana Sanghi starrer Dil Bechara is less than 10 days away from release and the makers have been treating fans with new songs and visuals since the release of its trailer. As for the trailer, the film which is heading to OTT, became the first-ever movie trailer to garner 10 million ‘likes’ on YouTube. It has also successfully beat 2019's most talked about film Avengers: Endgame in this regard. Inevitably, the film will be viewed from the lens of Sushant Singh Rajput's tragic demise which took place just a month ago. 

A few days ago, debut director Mukesh Chhabra took to social media to share with his followers the entire music album of Dil Bechara. Composed by AR Rahman, the Dil Bechara music album consists of nine songs in all with multiple artists like Shreya Ghoshal, Sunidhi Chauhan, Mohit Chauhan, Arijit Singh, Jonita Gandhi, Raja Kumari, Aditya Narayan, Shashaa Tirupati, Poorvi Koutish, Sanaa Moussa and Hriday Gattani having lent their voice to its soulful tracks. 

With award-winning music composer AR Rahman helming it, the album is a mix of fun, groovy and fresh songs that celebrate life. Considering the film revolves around two cancer patients and their journeys, the songs surprisingly don't bog you down but are in fact will instantly uplift your mood with its quirky lyrics and music.

So, here are five songs from the Dil Bechara music album that hits the right notes and should instantly be on your playlist: 

Dil Bechara

The title track composed and sung by AR Rahman has already been loved by millions. A sweet and subtle track that is simply fresh and relatable with buzzwords like friendzone and 'like'. Not to forget the song is filmed with just Sushant, sporting a basketball jersey, and dancing solo to Farah Khan's choreography in an auditorium.    

Mera Naam Kizie

Based on the two lead actors of the film Kizie and Manny, this fun song by Poorvi Koutish and Aditya Narayan can totally be imagined as the actors 'acting' in a cliche Hindi film setting as they introduce themselves. The lyrics which include words like 'Google, complicated and sample' will definitely bring a smile on your face.    

Friendzone

A foot-tapping version of the title track Dil Bechara, Friendzone is sung by AR Rahman himself and is probably one of the most peppy and groovy tracks in the album. Don't forget to put your dancing shoes on while listening to this. 

Main Tumhara

Given the film's subject, one could easily be mistaken to think that the film's music album would be full of songs that will leave your teary-eyed. However, AR Rahman has done exactly the opposite. Main Tumhara, by Jonita Gandhi and Hriday Gattani, is the only track that probably describes the emotional state of the characters. The song is not only soothing but its lyrics definitely will strike a chord.     

Taare Ginn 

This dreamy song by Shreya Ghoshal and Mohit Chauhan is winner from the second it starts. Amitabh Bhattachrya's lyrics 'Taare ginn, Taare ginn, soye binn, saare ginn; yeh haseen mazaa hai yeh, mazaa hai ya, sazaa hai ye', will make you instantly fall in love with the song.  

The other tracks include Khulke Jeene Ka, Afreeda, Maskhari and The Horizon of Saudade which are equally good. Don't miss out on 'Afreeda' as it's the only rap song in the mix by the widely acclaimed Raja Kumari. In all, Dil Bechara music album may not be extraordinary but its relatability to millennials with words like 'Friendzone' and 'likes' and lyrics by Amitabh Bhattachrya make it a rather enjoyable one.   

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Anonymous 4 weeks ago

Boring songs.. A r is wasting his talent by composition for mediocre songs like this.. The lyrics are letting him down completely.. Rahman must insist to compose for song only which is well written.. Am a great fan of rahman but it's been years before he composes for a good album.. Rahman is not to be blamed but the song lyrics he has composed over past years are terrifle to say the least

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

Can't blame the reviewers these days .. specially for Bollywood songs when they are used to so much of remixes, originality is difficult to digest

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

The heroine looks so ugly... :-(

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

ARR composed music based on the characters/situation in the film, when we watch the film u will understand and like the album even more

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

Ugly is a very wrong word. It’s a word I would never use to describe how anyone looks. Plus isn’t acting and screen presence more than looks?

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

How you can decide that this album is not an extraordinary one ? What is the meaning of extraordinary from your point of view mate. These hopeless critics really sucking with their senseless words.

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

I agree. All the songs are extraordinary in their structure, creativity, harmony, innovation and melody, with firm finger on the emotional pulse of that story. Only ARR can and has done it for 21/2 decades

Anonymous 4 weeks ago

Loved al the songs ❤️❤️

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