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Taish song 'Kol Kol': A soulful ode to love and heartbreak

The slow romantic track has been composed by Raghav Sachar and sung by Jyotica Tangri.

Suyog Zore

The teaser and trailer of Bejoy Nambiar's upcoming film Taish, which were filled with grit and intense action, also teased the viewer with glimpses of the love stories of Harshvardhan Rane and Sanjeeda Sheikh, and Jim Sarbh and Kriti Kharbanda. 

The song 'Kol Kol' is a slow romantic number that takes us through the journey of these two failed love stories. We see the couples' intimate moments when they are deeply in love with each other juxtaposed with the present where each pair is going through personal trauma and slowly drifting apart from each other. 

Jyotica Tangri's soulful voice successfully brings out the pain and sadness both couples are feeling as they are prised apart by circumstances beyond their control. 

Composer Raghav Sachar keeps the focus on Tangri's vocals, minimizing the use of instruments. Her vocals are accompanied mostly by piano chords. It seems Sachar has actively avoided the use of the violin, which is a staple string instrument in sad romantic songs.

The only downside is the Punjabi lyrics by Rohit Sharma, which are lost on non-Punjabi speakers. Hardly any Hindi words feature in the lyrics and although we feel the pain of these two couples because of the moving composition by Sachar, it would have helped if we could follow the lyrics.

Taish is being released as a film and web-series on Zee5 on 29 October. Watch the song below and tell us if you are keen on watching the film.

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