One might recall the famous ‘Hasi’ song (male version) from the movie Hamari Adhuri Kahani when talking about Ami Mishra. To all his fans, Ami is once again here with another song (Yay!!) called ‘Rone Do’. The song is now released worldwide by Vusic Records and also available on caller tune.
Ami’s subtle and textured voice <3 spreads the magic with his singing and composition. It’s an emotional number, highlighting the spirit of “let go” for the betterment of love with an amazing lyric. Thanks to Kunaal Vermaa for being the lyricist. One such instance where the song reflects the spirit of sacrifice was encapsulated in the line “Maine Tere Khaatir Kiya, Khud Ko Khudse Judaa”.
The music video directed and editor by Sumeet C. Khanwani and produced by KS Khanwani Productions brings the element of surprise as you watch the fight between the couple (played by actor Ansh Bagri and Riya Subodh), you tend to believe that they will part their ways forever but instead, something magical happens which was destined. Khanwani cleverly begins the video from a scene of the 3rd Act and then takes us via flashbacks, through the story that led to that moment.
Rakshit Weasley is an incredible co-composer. As an arranger, Manash Borthakur has also done a phenomenal job in ensuring that the high and low points of the gut-wrenching instrumentals come at the right time; right from the soft scores during the stanzas to the hard-on electric guitars in the chorus. Speaking of guitars, Krishna Pradhan and Vaibhav Pani are at their absolute best on the strings, especially towards the end of the song.
Finally, the star of the show Ami Mishra charms us as usual, with his notable soothing voice and the slightly grainy texture is just icing on the cake.
Rone Do, released under the Vusic Records label takes us through the rollercoaster of emotions that two lovers go through. Within a span of 5 minutes, the song showcases love, fallout, sacrifice, regret, and resolution! As a listener myself, I could truly resonate with the song.
P.S.: Long way to go Ami!
Review By Geetanshi Singh