3 Storeys song Bas Tu Hai is a refreshing track with melodious vocals by Arijit Singh, Jonita Gandhi
'Bas Tu Hai', latest song from the upcoming film 3 Storeys, reminds of the upbeat, refreshing tracks of the 2007 film Life in a... Metro.
In the age of remakes and revamps in Bollywood, the song 'Bas Tu Hai' from the upcoming film 3 Storeys is a refreshing and soothing change.
Featuring Sharman Joshi (after a long time) as his likeable self, and Masumeh (of Chupke Se, Dus Kahaniyaan fame) as lovers from the past, Bas Tu Hai reminds you of the charm of yesteryear actors Farooq Sheikh-Deepti Naval. The song is picturised on simple, ordinary people belonging to a middle-class background and this is what makes it stand out.
Owing to the story line of the film, it seems both of them live in the same chawl and had been lovers (or even married) in the past. But with passing time, there have been many changes in their lives and they eventually separate. In the end of the song, we see an older Joshi (with a moustache) knocking on an older Masumeh's doors.
Composed by the talented musician Clinton Cerejo, written by Puneet Krishna and voiced by none other than current music sensations Arijit Singh and Jonita Gandhi, 'Bas Tu Hai' gives out the vibe of the 2007 film Life in a... Metro.
3 Storeys, which has an ensemble cast of actors such as Sharman Joshi, Pulkit Samrat, Richa Chadha and Renuka Shahane, is a thriller-drama produced by Farhan Akhtar's and Ritesh Sidhwani's Excel Entertainment. Directed by debutant Arjun Mukerjee, 3 Storeys also stars first time young actors Aisha Ahmed and Ankit Rathi.
Watch the song here:
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