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Lyrics / Video of Song : Khoya Khoya Chand Khula Aasma

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Pradeep Ullal on Sunday, November 01, 2015
Non -Singers are ruling the bollywood industry today. Being "besura" is 'hep' and will receive much accolade. Its good to experiment, improvise but without going off-key and sounding harsh. offlate, going off-key is accepted as 'Jazzy'. singer aspirants no longer want the arduous journey of learning classical before venturing into the studio. i just heard 'papon' on youtube, and admired his ability to improvise without dishonoring the raga based original song. i once heard shalmali live, and honestly an unabashed 'besuri' who is protected by "vocoders" and voice shapers in studio and her playback singing career is flying high. I have listened to music from every country, and feel pride that indian music has the best melody component. we should explore the immense creativity and fusion possible without dishonoring great classics like "khoya Khoya chand" by the great legend Mohd. Rafi ji. when audiences refine their taste, musicians will have to rise above mediocrity to stay alive in a competitive world. anyone today can produce their own song. freedom overspill on youtube gives license to crap. MTV you can shoulder responsibility to uphold the richness of indian music. i love the unplugged versions which sustains the beauty of pure music:)

MoneySha Rajopadhyay on Saturday, September 19, 2015
this is amazing..just listening it again n again..loved the voice,loved the expression,loved the music...i dont know why its being compared to original one...common guys its an unplugged..very different from original but awesome..just listen it as a new song dont compare...

Albin Beart on Friday, July 03, 2015
Clever version and beautifully executed. It is very different from the original, but clever in keeping the melody intact yet making it completely different simply through the arrangement and in how it is sung.

Adit Kothari on Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Disastrous! Completely ruined such a beautiful song. Feel like throttling the singer so that she never gets a second a chance to ruin any other song. The band too needs to be pelted with bricks

Kedar B on Monday, September 21, 2015
Awwww Shalmali your expressions... If you wink like that right in front of my nose even on the last moment of my life, I swear I'd die the happiest man to have ever lived!

Harsh Singh on Friday, August 14, 2015
love her her style! I don't know why people compare it with the original. She sings it in her own way and makes it her own song.

Surya Kiran Valiveti on Sunday, June 21, 2015
I think there should be silent notes in between, they are trying to fill up every silent time between notes. Its more like a rush.

Mr.Epic on Wednesday, September 02, 2015
RIP Mohammad Rafi... :'( I cry every time i hear the original version... and we shouldnt turn legendary songs into craps... -_-

Ajeya Chauhan on Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Why can't just people appreciate a good piece of music here.Really shocked by comments. It's unplugged version muggles.

Neel Sharma on Monday, February 09, 2015
U make my night with this lovely music & vocal seriously, it's really acoustic music♡ Love u guys from Australia 

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Singer: Mikey McCleary
Lyricist: Mikey McCleary
Music Director: Mikey McCleary
External Links: Mtv Unplugged 4 - Episode 05 at Wikipedia

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