Shreya Ghoshal performs refreshing versions of 'Sunn Raha Hai' and 'Rozana' in T-Series' Mixtape
Shreya Ghoshal did a mash up of the famous songs Sunn Raha Hai and Rozana for the fifth episode of T-Series' Mixtape.
In the third installment of T-Series' new episodic album Mixtape, the supremely talented singer Shreya Ghoshal croons to the soulful numbers - 'Sunn Raha Hai' (2013) from Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor's Aashique 2 and 'Rozana' (2017) from Naam Shabana.
In this version of Mixtape, Ghoshal mashes up 'Sunn Raha Hai' and 'Rozana' in a hauntingly beautiful manner. Both the songs are almost achingly pleasant to the listener's ear, and Ghoshal shows us once again why she is Bollywood's reigning queen of Playback and how she is definitely here to stay.
Both the songs are relatively new in their release so the previous 'sufi feel' that we got in the other Mixtape episodes was missing.
However Ghoshal's episode was a refreshing change and with that sweet lilt in her voice, it's always a tough task to critique anything that comes out of her musical mouth. Although contemporary in nature, both 'Sunn Raha Hai' and 'Rozana' were hits and one can see that they will go on to become timeless melodies.
Much like their original versions, these versions too make us want to add them to our playlist and play them on repeat.
Here's the video of the latest Mixtape episode
Previously, we saw the fourth episode in the T-Series Mixtape series which was a beautifule mash-up of the songs 'Tu Jo Mila' (2015) from Salman Khan's superhit Bajrangi Bhaijaan and 'Raabta' (2017) from Sushant Singh Rajput-Kriti Senon starrer Raabta. The episode featured the gifted singers Shirley Setia and Jubin Nautiyal.
Watch the fourth episode of Mixtape featuring Jubin Nautiyal and Shirley Setia here
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