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Yeh Khula Aasmaan  (2012 - Hindi)

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  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "The simplicity & depth with which the songs have been written & composed definitely gives an impression that it has been created with lot of ease, composure & repose. It’s a cherishing experience altogether to hear such sort of brilliant melodies which has become a seldom rarity considering today's chaotic music which beats louder than the words. On the contrary the songs of this album are very soothing indeed. As usual a commendable job done by Anand-Milind.” - Javed Akhtar (Writer, Lyricist)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    “I mustn't forget to mention whatever I’ve witnessed so far about the music of this film. In one word it’s truly exemplary & I wish many more films had the music such as these as composed by Anand-Milind with whom I have had a long standing association and it feels great to welcome them back to the Bollywood music industry & a special mention is indeed worthy for the poetic exuberance exhibited by Ravi Chopra for perfectly capturing the emotions of the songs." - Javed Akhtar (Writer, Lyricist)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "I could very well recall at the time of recording, Anand-Milind specifically told me that Kunal you might not have sang this kind of track before which is truly the case. It's a philosophical number which appears in periodic intervals of the movie to take the story forward. It's different from our usual Bollywood masala tracks, and I hope it receives the appreciation it deserves. I’m proud to be associated with this track.” - Kunal Ganjawala (Singer)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    “It's always great to work with Anand-Milind, whom I consider to be legends & great contributors of the Bollywood music industry. The music of the film comprises of some of the most heartfelt tracks I have sung or heard in recent times. I was truly honored when they gave me the opportunity to sing the title track, Har Ghadi, in this film. We recorded two verses of the same song. According to me it's an evergreen track & should definitely be remembered for ages." - Kunal Ganjawala (Singer)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "As music directors we always wait for these kinds of challenging subjects & by the grace of god, all the songs has really shaped up very well as per the demands of the script. So we all hope the music to do well & expect every one’s blessings in this aspect." - Anand Chitragupt (Music Director)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "When we heard the subject of this film, we immediately knew we were doing it coz the storyline was very interesting which primarily boasted about relationships between the three generations within a family. The screenplay had very good scope for melodious music & we were specifically told by Gitanjali Sinha that she needs soothing music for her title devoid of any noises." - Anand Chitragupt (Music Director)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "Yeh Khula Aasmaan has been one of the most challenging works of our entire career. It feels great to come back to Bollywood mainstream music after a while, and we wanted to make sure that the album is equally special. Since the movie touches emotions across three generations, we have tried to create a music that touches the depths of the heart on one hand and soars like a kite on the other. We hope that our fans will be enthralled with this music." - Milind Chitragupt (Music Director)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "The track ‘Ur Fur Kar’ which I sang in this film is very special for me. Having used kite flying as an important meaningful metaphor in this movie, we thought of creating a song based on the beautiful lessons a mere kite can teach us. Each and every person with a soul shall be able to relate to this film as well as to this song. Definitely one of the most interesting numbers I've sung in my career.” - Raghubir Yadav (Actor, Singer)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    “Music of Yeh Khula Aasmaan has a melodious euphoria & at all points of time maintains a strong contact with the subject of this film. All the songs are soulful & meaningful & has great potential to bring back the golden melodious era of music. And singing has always been my first love rather than my acting but when I am asked to sing in a movie, I take my own time to see if I will be able to do justice to it or not. I never thought of taking up singing as a career.” - Raghubir Yadav (Actor)

  • Ayan Ganguly
    Ayan Gangulywrote on 01 May 2012

    "It’s an honor to work with distinguished music artists such as Anand-Milind and Kunal Ganjawala. I have been a huge fan of Anand-Milind since my chilhood. Being my first film, Yeh Khula Aasmaan is very special to me and I consider myself lucky to have got them on board as the music directors. Undoubtedly, I consider the music of Yeh Khula Aasmaan to be the USP of the film which has been used as a part of the narrative structure of the film, where it takes the story forward." - Gitanjali Sinha

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