Singer and music composer Shankar Mahadevan is joined by folk music artist Mame Khan in this simple song where the singer is getting hiccups and unable to sleep from the deep level of hurt he feels while missing the one he loves. As the verses unfold, the song devolves into the lover’s pain and melancholy that reflect the pain of separation. The vocal voice is low and the melodic lines begin slowly.
Adil, played by the charismatic Harshvardhan Kapoor, is a stable hand who also doubles up as a Tourist Guide in Rajasthan and is very beautifully explaining the word Hitchki (Hiccups) to a bemused foreign tourist. As the song progresses, Soochi, played by the versatile Saiyami Kher, starts taking horse riding lessons from Adil, and what develops can only be described as hidden adoration and longing.
Watch the song video to Aave Re Hitchki here:
Produced by Cinestaan Film Company and ROMP Pictures, and releasing on 7th October worldwide, celebrated Indian filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s latest cinematic masterpiece, Mirzya, will also be receiving its European Premiere at the 60th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express® on Thursday 6th October at 5.30pm.
The visionary director will be joined by leading stars of the film, Harshvardhan Kapoor and Saiyami Kher, at the gala screening, ahead of the film’s worldwide release on 7th October.
Mirzya releases worldwide on 7th October 2016.