Director Jayveer Panghaal brings a romantic number Maza Aa Gaya, which is streaming now. He has also penned the lyrics, while music composer Prateek Gandhi has composed and sung the song. It features actors Muzahid, Neetu Malhotra and Sahil Kashyap.
Director-lyricist Jayveer Panghaal says, “It was great shooting Maza Aa Gaya with talented actors Muzahid, Neetu and Sahil in the beautiful locales of Mussoorie. Composer Prateek Gandhi has beautifully tuned my lyrics and I hope that music lovers will surely love this melody.”
Actor Muzahid shares, “It was a really good experience to work with Jayveer Panghaal, he is a talented director and a good writer too. Though it was challenging to shoot the song in Mussoorie due to heavy rains and landslides, still he managed to shoot it with ease.”
“Prateek Gandhi has composed and sung the song beautifully and lyrics are superbly written by Jayveer Panghaal. Neetu Malhotra was very cooperative to work with. DOP Abhay was very supportive. Over all, it was a nice experience to work with the entire team. I hope the audiences will love this song,” he adds.
Composer-singer Prateek Gandhi shares, “For me, lyrics are a key point for creating any song because ultimately people listen to words only. So, in this word game, the credit goes to Jayveer as he wrote a good song and sent it to me. Being a music composer, I feel creating sad tunes is difficult because it demands too many emotions. When Jayveer sent me the lyrics, I had made one draft but he wanted the song to be high in pitch and that’s when I cracked this tune.”
“I had this flute piece already recorded, so I layered piano and other instruments around it and started developing the song. Later, we mutually decided for second phrase of work and kept going. I have composed, produced and sung this song. I wanted to keep music production + guitars very minimal so the vocal can come up louder. While singing, I made sure I deliver the best takes to complete the emotions. I am excited for the future projects lined up with Mates Entertainment,” he concludes.