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Mirzya’s new song ‘Aave Re Hitchki’ to be out

Statesman News Service |

The music of Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra&’s Mirzya has arrested millions of music lovers with its melody.

After hitting the right chord with the Mirzya title track and Chakora, the makers are all set to unveil a new song titled Aave Re Hitchki.

As the verses unfold, the track delves into the lover’s melancholy, that reflects the pain of separation. 

The folk number is rendered by Shankar Mahadevan and Mame Khan. 

The still from the song is lovely and fresh with debutante Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher playfully enjoying their horse riding time. 

The singer gets hiccups and is unable to sleep from the hurt he feels while missing the one he loves.

The vocals immediately take the listeners into the rustic world of Rajasthan!

Coupled with heightened action and drama, Mirzya plays out in two parallel worlds – the legendary folklore of Mirza-Sahiban and modern day in Rajasthan, India.

Inspired by the legendary ‘Mirza Sahiban’, a tragic tale of star-crossed lovers, the is scheduled for a grand release on October 7.