The Sui Dhaaga album, consisting of five songs, is a melodious journey, where each track embodies different facets of human emotion. With Anu Malik’s emotional compositions, artfully penned lyrics by Varun Grover, and distinct voices of talented singers like Papon, Ronkini Gupta, Divya Kumar and Sukhwinder Singh the album is a breath of fresh air. The classical roots lend the album a timeless and universal appeal.

Song: Chaav Laaga

Singers: Papon and Ronkini Gupta

Music: Anu Malik

Lyrics: Varun Grover

This is a romantic, melodious track. It is picturised on Mauji and Mamta, and complements their feelings of finding love within the constraints of life and circumstances. The words depict the joy of a married couple who have just started discovering each other.

Song: Tu Hi Aham

Singer: Ronkini Gupta

Music: Anu Malik

Lyrics: Varun Grover

This is a nirgun bhajan, which plays on an altered idiom where the God is separated from the religion. This soulful song is about devotion, but at the same time, a sense of unity with the divine – a kind of unity where one can address the God as ‘tu’ and call them ‘waham’.

Song: Khatar Patar

Singer: Papon

Music: Anu Malik

Lyrics: Varun Grover

This song celebrates the spirit and joy of finding your life’s purpose. It captures the camaraderie between the characters in the film, and demonstrates the positive attitude with which they choose to fight each obstacle together. With its upbeat tune and optimistic lyrics, the song manages to be philosophical and yet fun.

Song: Sui Dhaaga

Singer: Divya Kumar

Music: Anu Malik

Lyrics: Varun Grover

This ballad is an ode to the millions of craftspeople across India. It evokes the strength of their endurance and persistence, and illustrates their struggle through metaphors about objects in their daily lives. It is a track illustrating life’s hardships with gravity, but is still like a soothing lullaby.

Song: Sab Badhiya Hai

Singer: Sukhwinder Singh

Music: Anu Malik

Lyrics: Varun Grover & Anu Malik

This is a festive track, brimming with positivity. ‘Sab Badhiya Hai’ is almost like an anthem for Mauji, or a catchphrase, something that keeps him motivated and moving forward. The melody is universally appealing, and inspires the spirit of dancing through life.

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