ZEE Music Co. launches music album of ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’

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After ‘Gulabo Sitabo’ and ‘Shakuntala Devi’, Zee Music Co. has now released the music album of ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’ starring Janhvi Kapoor in the lead, alongside Pankaj Tripathi, Angad Bedi and Manav Vij.

The film is produced by Dharma Productions and Zee Studios. This is Zee Music Co’s third OTT release during Covid after Gulabo Sitabo and Shakuntala Devi.

‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’ is a film about Flight Lieutenant Gunjan Saxena, India’s first woman combat aviator who went all guns blazing into the heart of the war zone in Kargil and rescued injured soldiers in an unarmed helicopter. 

The film follows Gunjan’s journey as she discovers her passion and dream for flying. The movie is set to release on Netflix on 12th August 2020.

image-Janhvi-Kapoor-Actor-MediaBrief.jpgJanhvi Kapoor, Actor, said, “The songs in the album are musically spirited. Every track is like a story in itself, woven together into an album that will linger in our minds for a long time. My favourite is ‘Bharat Ki Beti’, it moves me every time I hear it & ignites a feeling of unity & love for our motherland. Amit Trivedi will have you all looped up with this one.

image-Amit-Trivedi-Singer-MediaBrief.jpgAmit Trivedi, Singer, Music Composer said, “Every song in the album evokes an intense feeling, be it love or patriotism. They will definitely strike an emotional recall with the listeners.”

Through Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’, popular music composer Amit Trivedi brings a myriad of emotions sewn into compositions that celebrate the story of air force pilot Gunjan Saxena. Yet again, Amit Trivedi brings to us a heart-thumping album.

While ‘Dhoom Dhadaka’ is a soaring take on the indomitable spirit of Gunjan, Aasman Di Pari is an upbeat and uplifting track by Jyoti Nooran. ‘Bharat Ki Beti’ is inspirational in tone along with ‘Dori Tutgaiyaan’ which is a heart-wrenching song that guarantees goosebumps.

The album also includes ‘Mann Ki Dori’ which is a love song that will have an instant connect with the listeners and ‘Rekha O Rekha’ has a touch of Amit Trivedi’s contemporary signature style. Overall, the man behind creating music with an immense recall value is here with an album that fits the film’s narrative like a glove and casts a spell through the music.

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Apoorva Mehta, CEO, Dharma Productions, said, “Strung together with soulful tunes and lyrics that touch the heart, the album of Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl only adds to the radiating positivity of the film. Amit Trivedi’s music and the lyrics by Kausar Munir has a charm to itself which hopefully the audience will connect with instantly”

image-Shariq-Patel-CEO-Zee-Studios-MediaBrief.pngShariq Patel, CEO, Zee Studios, said, “The soulful album, with Amit Trivedi’s music and Kausar Munir’s lyrics, adds a certain depth to this inspiring and riveting true story of Gunjan Saxena. I am sure the album will inspire and stay with the audiences over a long time.”

 

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Anurag Bedi, Business Head, Zee Music Company, said, “Amit Trivedi is an ‘out-of-the-box’ composer who creates magic out of musical notes.

“Be it upbeat dance numbers like Udta Punjab or melodies like Pashmina from Fitoor which remain a favourite amongst music listeners to this day, Amit has given the industry iconic pieces of music and has set new music trends time and again.

“We are very excited to partner with Amit Trivedi after our collaboration in Andhadhun and Kedarnath. His compositions go beyond barriers of genre and leave a mark on music lovers,” Bedi said.

Zee Music Company recently crossed yet another milestone by completing 6 years amidst the dynamic landscape of the Indian music industry. Right from its inception in 2014, the music label has carved its niche to succeed as one of the top music publishers in India, publishing over 1,000 songs every year.

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