New Music Monday: Rishabh Srivastava and Arya Acharya

I am back with three new releases, this new music Monday!

The first one is a groovy remake of the 90’s superhit Daru Vich Pyar Milade. The song is making its second appearance in Bollywood, as it is now part of the Guest in London soundtrack, (the sequel to Athithi Tum Kab Jaoge?) and my good friend Arya Acharya has rapped on the new version of the song! The second version has been recreated by multi-instrumentalist Raghav Sachar. The song first featured on the Tum Bin soundtrack, and originally belongs to the awesome UK band StereoNation. Check out the latest filmi version of the song below:

Daru Vich Pyar Milade – Guest in London

The second release is a single called Ek Na Ek Din which has been composed by my brother Rishabh Srivastava and has been released on the Universal Music label. This is the first time that Rishabh has worked with singer Ananya Nanda. Judging by his previous songs, it seems that he is very much bringing back meaningful lyrics and strong melodies. You can check out his previous releases here. Enjoy the beautiful composition below:

Ek Na Ek Din – Single

The third new release is also composed by Rishabh, and has been sung by upcoming singer Jyotica Tangri. Jyotica has recently made her debut in Bollywood playback singing with the song Humdard from the movie Dobaara. The song that she has sung for Rishabh, is called Aadat Nahin Tum Bin, and is a single on the Zee Music Company label. Enjoy the ballad below:

Aadat Nahin Tum Bin – Single

Let me know in the comments below which of these 3 new releases you enjoyed the most!

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