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Shivaay's Tera Naal Ishqa: Sayyeshaa finally gets the limelight

What Kaliash Kher is crooning isn't great poetry, but Mithoon scores with his composition.

Mayur Lookhar

Ajay Devgn's Shivaay has thus far created buzz for its intriguing trailer, but with due respect to Devgn and Mithoon, the film’s musical score has failed to peak, one that has been achieved by rival film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

It seems the wait is over partially, with the makers releasing a new track Tera Naal Ishqa – a rhythmical track crooned by Kailash Kher, with lyrics penned by Sayeed Quadri.

Though not great poetry, the lyrics are partly rhyming and are in rhythm, which couldn’t be said of the earlier Shivaay track – Darrkhast.

Those with ears of an elephant would perhaps find the drum beats partly similar to that of Kaise Mujhe Tum Mil Gayi from Ghajini (2008). That is where the similarity ends.

Like other Shivaay tracks, 'Tera Naal Ishqa' also has its fair share of special effects. The most striking feature of the song is that it is picturised on Sayyeshaa, who finally gets to be in the limelight. Before this, Shivaay was increasingly looking all about Ajay Devgn and Erika Kaar. 

The tender age and innocence of Sayyeshaa is evident from her humble tweet wherein she’s asked Devgn and Kailash Kher how they felt about the song.

Watch the video of Tere Naal Ishqa here.