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‘Channa Mereya’ COVER VERSION Will Hit You Right In The HEART


The emotional resonance of Arijit Singh’s hit track Channa Mereya from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is such that even Chris Martin of Coldplay couldn’t resist crooning a few lines of the song at their recent concert.

Like is the case with most hit tracks, the song, picturised with heartbreaking perfection on Anushka Sharma and Ranbir Kapoor in the Karan Johar film, has led to many a cover versions online.

But there’s one by budding singer Siddhant Bhosle, who’s the son of veteran singer Sudesh Bhosle, that has caught our attention.

Right from the arrangement to the aesthetically subtle way in which the video is filmed, to Siddhant’s voice — one that conveys a sense of youthful disenchantment with love — the composition is heartfelt and beautiful and touches the right chords.

The original song is composed by Pritam with lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Watch Siddhant Bhosle’s cover here.



Source By: Internet


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