Soulful music of ‘Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe’ to mark new era for Punjabi movies

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The humanitarian movie is all set to set the Punjabi box office register ringing on January 30.

NewZNew (Chandigarh) : The music launch of the humanitarian post-partition narrative ‘Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe’ held at Park Plaza was a star-studded occasion. The movie’s lead actor Pawan Raj Malhotra, Singer Sukhwinder Singh, Actor & Singer Diljit Singh Dosanjh, famous Pollywood director Anurag Singh, singer and actor Garry Sandhu, Ranjit Bawa and Ammy Virk, music directors Gurmoh & Vicky Bhoi unveiled the music album of the much-awaited film that is all set to hit the theatres on January 30.

The unveiling was even more special as it also marked the launch of White Hill Music, the music label of renowned Punjabi production house White Hill Productions spearheaded by Gunbir Singh Sidhu and Manmord Sidhu. “We are really excited to launch our music label as we felt the need to foray into this sphere as well and are sure that music lovers will get a soulful treat with this album which has 9 tracks that are sure to become a rage,” informed Sidhu, who is also the distributor of this film.

President of the Pinglewada Charitable Trust Bibi Inderjit Kaur was also present at the music launch. The album begins with a religious track ‘Aarti’ in which singer Sukhwinder Singh makes everyone sway to his melodious voice. ‘Lori’ by singer Harshdeep Kaur is another slow but harmonious song that will surely appeal the listeners. Manno Mano lends his voice to ‘Mil Mere Pritam’ while ‘Main Prem Na Chaakhya’ has been crooned by Javed Ali.

Both this slow tracks are a soulful delight. ‘Baata’ by Vicky Bhoi and ‘Kanna Mana Kurr’ by Zorawar Singh and Gurmoh have great lyrics. Title track of the move ‘Eh Janam Tumhare Lekhe’ by Javed Ali is a religious song that connects one to the almighty. Palak Muchhal has sung ‘Saada Rabb’ and ‘Sun Ve Poorna’ by Diljit Dosanjh are also a good listen. The rich music score soaked in traditional punjabi sounds, Shabads, songs and the culturally rich rhythms emanate fresh waves of sound that the listeners will savour with delight.

Talking about the movie, Director Harjit Singh says, “Based on the life of ‘Bhagat Puran Singh’ who committed his life to serving humanity and preserving the environment, ‘Eh Janam Tukhare Lekhe’ is an important chapter in the history of post – partition Punjab. A varied approach to meaningful events would carry great appeal and emotionally connect with the audience. The tireless research makes it a very authentic and genuine attempt.”

The film is sure to draw the crowds for its honesty, sincerity, brilliant performances, music and a story everyone will relate with.