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Yeh Khula Aasmaan AlbumHindi music of Yeh Khula Aasmaan was written and composed by Anand Chitragupt. Songs of this Indian Bollywood movie can be downloaded below once you scroll down. Just click on the title of the mp3 and it will take you to the download page where it can be downloaded directly to your computer.

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Movie Information:

Music director: Anand Chitragupt
Director: Gitanjali Sinha
Producer: Hemendra Aran
Cast: Raghuveer Yadav, Yashpal Sharma, Raj Tandon, Anya Anand, Manjusha Godse, Kishor Nadalskar, Nitin Kerur, Aditya Sidhu and Gulshan Pandey
Release Date: May 25th, 2012

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1Har Ghadi (Yeh Khula Aasmaan)1364
2Tum Mile1209
3Aari Aari763
4Ur Fur Kar670
5Har Ghadi (Shukriya Zindagi)729
6Zindagi Bhi Patang Hai (Slow)784

Yeh Khula Aasmaan Music Review

Indian films that have been in competition at various film festivals and have won a few awards have not been known for their music albums. There are very few exceptions to this rule. Even ‘Udaan’ which had a similar premise as that of ‘Yeh Khula Aasmaan’ did not have much to offer in the music department. One expects ‘Yeh Khula Aasmaan’ to be a little different since the music composers are Anand and Milind who have been phenomenal in the 1990s and with names such as Kunal Ganjawala and Gayatri among other singers, there is certainly some sort of an excitement.

‘Har Ghadi’ starts with a nice violin tune and quickly gives into conventional Bollywood music. Although it cannot be called entirely conventional since the meaning has been redefined off late. Kunal Ganjawala lends his voice to the words penned down by Ravi Chopra. ‘Har Ghadi’ is a take on life that is coming of age with a world full of curiosity and uncertainty. Two minutes into the number and the music turns to sound a little monotonous. Kunal is still in his elements but the lyrics are simple and the old school treatment to the song does not make any indelible impact. Considering that ‘Har Ghadi’ is also the title track of ‘Yeh Khula Aasmaan’ it should have been better.

The next song ‘Tum Mile’ is a love song. Apparently, the song is aimed at the lead pair, which in this case are two young souls battling with adolescence. It is pretty surprising that the singers brought on board are Gayatri Ganjawala and Soham, none of whom suit the specific teenage or growing up years with their rendition. If this is a lip sync song, it would certainly not be a very pleasant experience. ‘Tum Mile’ is a sweet song and has a heart. But the lyrics are ordinary which does not stay with you nor would it instantly hook you on to it. Ravi Chopra clearly needed to do a better job and so should have Anand Milind.

‘Aari Aari’ is up next, sung by Suresh Wadekar. It instantly reminds you of Udit Narayan but Suresh does not seem to have the same charisma in his voice. It is a soft and slow number. ‘Aari Aari’ may have been intended to become a hummable song but the composition simply fails to achieve the objective. There is absolutely nothing new in the music and Anand Milind disappoints yet again. ‘Aari Aari’ is strictly for a one off listening and does not have the magic that Sony Nigam’s ‘Chanda Ki Doli Mein’ possessed.

‘Ur Fur Kar’ is the only song that is upbeat with its composition and Raghubir Yadav has brought himself on to sing this one. The song brings in some desi instruments and the lyrics are embedded in rural Hindi but the overall experience is, again, disappointing.

‘Yeh Khula Aasmaan’ music is strictly average and even the revisited versions of ‘Har Ghadi’ and ‘Zindagi Bhi Patang Hain’ does not manage to salvage the album.