Paas Aao Song (Video) | Sushant Singh Rajput & Kriti Sanon | Amaal Mallik, Armaan Malik & Prakriti Kakar | Hindi Songs 2017
T-Series presents “Pass Aao” Song Directed by Ahmed Khan, the new single featuring Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon, composed by Amaal Mallik, Lyrics by Kumaar in the voice of Armaan Malik and Prakriti Kakar.
Song Name – Paas Aao
Singer – Armaan Malik & Prakriti Kakar
Music – Amaal Mallik
Lyrics – Kumaar
Music Label: T-Series
(Hook Line ‘Paas Aao’ licensed from the original Close Up TVC composed by Ram Sampath & Sung by Sona Mohapatra)
Song Produced By – Abhijit Vaghani
Additional Music Production – Rohan Chauhan, Zaiyd Patni & Armaan Malik.
Song Mixed & Mastered By Eric Pillai at Future Sound Of Bombay.
Music Assistants – Krish Trivedi, Shishir Samant, Zaiyd Patni, Yash Narvekar, Gaurav Sanghvi, Anvay Patil, Rujul Deolikar.
Mix Assistants – Michael Edwin Pillai & Lucky (Future Sound Of Bombay)
Song recorded by – Surjit Ghoshmazumdar at T-Series Studios.
Editor: Nitin Fcp and Oswin Reveredo Di and Vfx Nadeem Akhtar(Paperboyz STUDIOZ )
The new version of “Paas Aao” featuring Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon is out. Sung by Armaan Malik and composed by Amaal Malik, the song, which was originally sung by Sona Mohapatra, is a dance track. However, this song is a complete turn-off and has no magic like its original version, at least for those of us who have been crooning to Sona’s version till now.
“Paas Aao” was an iconic number not only because it was sung by very talented Sona but because it had a soothing effect and relevance, even when it came to the brand for which it was used as a jingle. While Kriti and Sushant are extremely pleasant on screen and also, their dance moves are something to look out for, the new version of “Paas Aao” fails to deliver the magic like its original version.
Perhaps the brand representatives and the singers should have chosen some other song rather than spoiling Sona’s track for us. A few days back when the announcement about this song was made, Sona had shared her concerns regarding the song. She wrote, “If this is true then nothing makes me sadder that our song made iconic on its own independent strength will now have the Bolly tropes. Meh.”
In another tweet, she wrote, “I’m quite indifferent to the visual aspect now. Looking fowd. to the song in its new audio avatar!Would have ❤️’d for musicians to feat.”