Artist Faiza Mujahid’s work is a work of adoration that she discharges sporadically. The Bandeya artist is presently making her first Bollywood excursion since she broke into the scene with Khuda Kay Liye’s commended soundtrack in 2005.
Her song, titled Jeenay De Mujhe, is a piece of the Amitabh Bachan-starrer Pink that is set to discharge on September 16.
The account of how her song turned out to be a piece of the film is a fairly fascinating one. Ronnie Lahiri, one of the two makers of the film, reached her for the track Meri Zindagi in 2012.
“He heard it and needed it for a film of his however that didn’t appear.” They stayed in contact yet never talked about the music Mujahid had been chipping away at. “I went to the late Haider Hashmi and I let him know I have a piece [Jeenay De Mujhe] and need him to deliver it. He delivered it and I kept it with me – sitting tight for a major spending plan since it’s a gigantic song for me.”
Mujahid and Lahiri stayed in correspondence about the last’s tasks, including Madras Café and Piku, however she stayed mum on Jeenay De Mujhe. “These two movies were not the kind that I thought my melody would be suited for so I never brought it up.” Things changed when Lahiri recounted to her about the narrative of Pink a couple of months back and she was instantly sold. Pink spins around three young ladies who are attacked however are rather charged for striking the guilty party. This plot framed the ideal social thriller to discharge her melody which is likewise in light of ladies’ freedom.
The verses that mirror each young lady’s conflict with societal weights and her present day self, will presumably inspire an emotional response with each desi young lady. “The melody urges you to appreciate life and tells society that we needn’t bother with its transcription or terms,” she noted.
The melody has as of now been named the #LiveandLetLive song of praise on online networking. Mujahid’s vocation has been established on melodies about ladies’ freedom and self-awareness, including her first tune Bandeya, which too had a comparative message.
Bol’s Hona Tha Pyaar was likewise made particularly for a topic that concentrated on ladies. Furthermore, two years prior she discharged Uth Oye which was “devoted to all the quiet saints of Pakistan and this track expands on that notion.”
The video of the new tune Jeenay De Mujhe demonstrates three young ladies that are skipping around and living it up. “That is the thing that I needed the video to be. I need individuals to quit managing a lady’s obligations. You can’t determine a class for these issues since it is completely imbued in our general public.”
The film’s discharge in Pakistan is dubious now yet Mujahid is cheerful that gatherings of people nearer to home get the opportunity to experience it. “It ought to be appeared here in light of the fact that it doesn’t have anything to do with our armed force or say anything in regards to Pakistan. We too have the issues that the film touches upon.” As for the tune, she feels it can possibly get to be what Bandeya did.
Her third film undertaking was the title track for Jawani Phir Nahi Ani however the crooner has been more dynamic with OST’s for TV arrangement. “Movies are huge in Bollywood however we have shows and singing for them is a benefit,” she shared. “Ladies get a great deal of OSTs however generally our music industry is no place on TV so it’s difficult to get perceived.”
Proceeding on the same note, she said, “We have Coke Studio however even that is gotten to be marketed so you don’t see new faces. The “new” confronts you see are the individuals who have been overlooked however else you don’t see new ability out and out.”
Watch the song below: