Humnava has been composed by Mithoon and rendered by Papon. However, this one fails to touch your heart as the composition falls flat.
However, it’s Papon who has tried to give in his best, but is saddled with a weak composition. There is a certain depth in his voice, which would have made this song memorable had the composition been equally good.
Talking about the chemistry between the two actors, Emraan Hashmi and Vidya Balan, well, it’s pure, it’s magical and it’s right there on your face.
The intensity of their emotions is so raw that you can actually feel it, even though you are only watching them in the video.
There are some cute moments in this song, especially when Vasudha Prasad (Vidya Balan) clicks her selfie and sends it to Aarav Ruparel (Emraan Hashmi), the man she is falling in love with, but then the composition is not a patch on to the title track, which has a soul and a haunting quality to it.
All said and done, there is something about Jeet Gannguli’s title song that has been sung by Arijit Singh that haunts you, while Humnava is a track that will come and go.
This is the third time Emraan and Vidya will romance each other on the silver screen after Dirty Picture (2011) and Ghanchakkar (2013).
The film is based on the love story of Mahesh Bhatt’s parents, Nanabhai Bhatt, Shirin Mohammad Ali and his stepmother.
The music is released by Sony Music and is available across all physical and digital formats. The film has been produced by Vishesh Films and presented by Fox Star Studios.
Directed by Mohit Suri, Hamari Adhuri Kahani that stars Emraan Hashmi, Vidya Balan and Rajkumar Rao is set for a June 12, 2015 release.
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After a chartbuster titled track of Hamari Adhuri Kahani, one expected a lot for the second track Humnava, but then Humnava is a huge disappointment. ...1.0