ADHM’s Title Track Will Melt Your Hearts

The wait is finally over!

Karan Johar released Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’s teaser on 30th August as promised by him and we can say the makers have succeeded in doing justice in delivering a lasting first impression.

The teaser that features the title track ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ takes us on an emotional roller coaster. The heart touching lyrics and the soulful music is mesmerizing and leaves the viewers craving for more.

Arijit Singh who sang the song nails it like every time by making the listener’s heart melt with his resonant voice. Further, it is a beautiful composition by Pritam. But what surpasses it all is the power that Amitabh Bhattacharya’s lyrics hold.

The lyrics to the music goes:

“Tu safar mera hai tu hi meri manzil tere bina guzara ae dil hai mushkil, Tu mera khuda tu hi dua mein shaamil, tere bina guzara ae dil hai mushkil…  Mujhe aazmaati hai teri kami, meri har kami ko hai tu laazmi.”

The spellbinding track is surely here to stay in your hearts, your playlist as well as on the charts.

Shah Rukh Khan gave his verdict for Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’s music earlier this year. He said,” I have heard three songs and they are amazing. I have heard the title track, it is one of the most nicest ballet… it is fantastic.”

Now we that we know why Shah Rukh was all in praise for the music of the love triangle, we can’t deny any less.

Shah Rukh Khan, the King of Romance didn’t hold back this time too. He was totally positive for the teaser. His tweet read:

Akshay Kumar also tweeted about what he thought of the teaser:

The movie captures one of the finest performances by Ranbir, alongside Anushka Sharma and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Moreover, the glimpse of Fawad Khan’s acting elicited a great response on social media for the movie.

With the teaser not giving us too much to decide, the curiosity for the movie is definitely on its peak. ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ will hit the theatres on Diwali, the 28th of October.

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