Aise Kyun Hindi Sargam Notes | Mismatched Season 2

Aise Kyun Sargam Notes

Aise kyun kuch to likhti hoon

सा–सा–ध–प–ध— ध–प–प–म–ग–ग-म—

Likh ke mitati hun main rat bhar


Aise kyun batein khud ki hi

सा–सां–ध—नि(K)-ध— ध–प–प–म–ग–ग-म—

Khud se chhupati hun main aaj kal


Par ye sab sochna


Dil ko yun kholna


Sab kuch kehkar hi sabko batana


Zaruri hai kya aa aaa aa aa aa


Aise kyun…


Aise kyun uske hothon pe

सा–सा–ध–प–ध— ध–प–प–म–ग–ग-म—

Achha lagta hai mera nam


Aise kyun kuch bhi bole woh

सा–सां–ध—नि(K)-ध— ध–प–प–म–ग–ग-म—

Mann mein ghulta hain zaafraan


Girta hai gulmohar


Khwabon mein rat bhar


Aise khwabon se bahar nikalna


Zaruri hai kya aa aaa aa aa aa


Aise kyun


About Song :-

Aise Kyun from Mismatched Season 2: A Song of Longing and Hope
Here’s some information about the song “Aise Kyun” from Mismatched Season 2:


Original Version: Mismatched Cast, Rekha Bhardwaj, Anurag Saikia, Raj Shekhar
Ghazal Version: Anurag Saikia, Rekha Bhardwaj
Release: 2022

Album: Mismatched: Season 2 (Soundtrack from the Netflix Series)

Genre: Pop, Ghazal

Language: Hindi


Longing: The song expresses a deep yearning for someone or something lost, with lyrics like “Aise kyun dil rota hai, jaane de jaane de” (Why does my heart cry like this, let it go, let it go).
Hope: Despite the sadness, there’s an underlying current of hope that things might eventually work out, as sung in “Shayad fir kisi din phir se milenge hum (Maybe someday we’ll meet again).
Love and loss: The lyrics can be interpreted as expressing various forms of love and loss, whether romantic, familial, or simply a general sense of longing for something unattainable.

The song received positive reviews for its beautiful melodies and heartfelt lyrics.
The official music video, featuring scenes from the series, has garnered over 2.2 million views on YouTube.
A ghazal version of the song, sung by Anurag Saikia and Rekha Bhardwaj, further heightened the popularity of the track.
Additional Information:

The song was composed by Raj Shekhar and written by Priya Saraiya.
It features in a pivotal scene of Mismatched Season 2, where Dimple expresses her feelings for Rishi.
The ghazal version of the song was a later addition, released separately after the popularity of the original version.

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