Music must never offend the ear, but must please the listener. And going by this philosophy, this album not only touches your soul but takes you higher to a space where you could easily crawl in between the notes & curl your back to glorious loneliness. Contrary to the gibberish poetries & nonsensical music which are topping up the charts these days, songs of Yeh Khula Aasmaan certainly brings about a breath of fresh air to the ears. This album has got a bouquet of soulful songs which certainly creates an ambience of peace & tranquility in the minds & hearts of listeners.
Be it the philosophical title track, 'Har Ghadi' by Kunal Ganjawala where both music & lyrics have been brilliantly supplemented by effortless singing, or the elegant & charming love song by Gayatri & Soham which perfectly epitomizes love is in the air, immediately draws your attention & insists you to crave for more melody. And guess what, you surprisingly get one more in the form of a lullaby by Suresh Wadkar & Swapnil Bandodkar. This track definitely symbolizes the beauty of loneliness and pain. It is to be noted that the soothing composition of Anand-Milind coupled with megalomaniac rendering by Suresh Wadkar takes you to a state of respite. The fourth track is sung by veteran actor, Raghubir Yadav himself which is a fun filled yet inspiring track based on folksy rhythm & style. Though there is also a shorter & slower version of this track available at the end by Amey Date based on the same tune, but different treatments of arrangement makes its presence felt. Beautifully written poetries by Ravi Chopra adds meaning to all the songs & makes this album a complete one.
Overall composer duo, Anand Milind whom I consider to be the pioneers of melody, undoubtedly did a stupendous job in their comeback film & it should definitely be rated as one of their bests so far. They have proved once again with their delightful compositions that melody does not retire. It can only halt if you stop relinquishing them.