“Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.” ― Kahlil Gibran
The above-mentioned quote pretty sums up the song from Chef, Tere Mere, and well, it's true that you don't realize the worth of a person until he or she leaves. Tere Mere beautifully paints the emotional side of the turbulent relationship. Saif Ali Khan and Padmapriya's chemistry in the song is a highlight.
Saif is seen struggling between his work commitments and personal responsibilities and that is the reason that his relationship goes downhill. Tere mere darmiyaan hain baatein ankahi, Tu wahaan hai main yahaan, Kyun saath hum nahin, Faisley jo kiye, Faasley hi mile, Raahein judaa kyun ho gayi, Na tu ghalat, na main sahi...Sunn mere Khuda bas itni si meri duaa, Lauta de humsafar mera - lyrics by Rashmi Virag portray intricate details of a relationship which is going through a tough phase. Saif doesn't want to be alone anymore and wants to reconcile with wife.
Armaan Malik's vocals do spell magic and strike a chord with the audience. The song is relatable and if you have gone through such a phase - you would surely be left teary-eyed. If you are a music buff, you would love the tunes of acoustic guitar, electronic guitar, dholak and flute - the transition is beautifully composed by Amaal Malik.
The film is a unique tale of a journey that Roshan Kalra (played by Saif Ali Khan) undertakes to find out his true priorities and source of happiness. It's a story of food and love and family and togetherness. And that of a father's rediscovery of the bond with his son.
Watch the song here: