A ting of love, a spoon full of melodies and a whirlpool of emotions, Hamesha is one of those songs that hits slowly but stays for long. Being Uzair Jaswal and Momina Mustehsan’s brainchild, it appears to have turned out well, given the lyrics seem to be well connected with the storyline, along with the choice of sound structuring.
The duo also seems the two have reached a mutual consensus on the key they should be singing in and how that would compliment the other. However, the song lacks that magical uniqueness required to make one hooked onto it.
As far as the narrative is concerned, it seems to have been crafted quite intellectually but a lot of information appears to have been mixed up along the way. However, the concept seems to have made its way across, holding onto an old-school but contemporary touch, with Uzair and Momina playing a couple that works at a diner.
As requested by Momina at the beginning, Uzair pens down their story which takes a visual turn as the two begin imagining a lavish life together. It seems the two have taken on the roles of being both a protagonist and the antagonist in the video, killing Uzair in the end while robbing the diner, but feeling sorry about it later.
However, the song is a mellow track which may prompt one to stroll down the memory lane on a cold winter night, and allow them to sleep better – or worse. Whichever the case, it has landed itself among some of the most decently composed and somber pop tracks of today’s day and age, providing motivation for more original music to hit the market, while being good enough to make others, at the least, try.
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