8 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Expressive performances from vocalist Arijit Singh and Dear Zindagi star Alia Bhatt give the film's soundtrack an intimacy and directness that dovetails with its quirky, complex coming-of-age theme. Jasleen Royal, Vishal Dadlani, Ilaiyaraaja and a fiery Sunidhi Chauhan make guest appearances on the album, and composer Amit Trivedi steps to the mic himself for the disco banger “Let's Break Up”. Two versions of the yesteryear classic “Ae Zindagi Gale Laga Le” build on the album’s emotional core, while the title track homes in on positivity—a clever seal on a track list that showcases love and life in an alternate light.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Expressive performances from vocalist Arijit Singh and Dear Zindagi star Alia Bhatt give the film's soundtrack an intimacy and directness that dovetails with its quirky, complex coming-of-age theme. Jasleen Royal, Vishal Dadlani, Ilaiyaraaja and a fiery Sunidhi Chauhan make guest appearances on the album, and composer Amit Trivedi steps to the mic himself for the disco banger “Let's Break Up”. Two versions of the yesteryear classic “Ae Zindagi Gale Laga Le” build on the album’s emotional core, while the title track homes in on positivity—a clever seal on a track list that showcases love and life in an alternate light.

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