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'Kai Po Che' is an album with a positive vibe and fits perfectly with the theme of friendship and camaraderie that forms the tale of the film's three leads. The short and sweet three-song concoction will have you tapping your foot all the way through.

'Manja' sails on the smooth lines of the sarangi, until Amit Trivedi's energetic voice breaks you out of your reverie. With beautiful voice modulations that bring to mind the flight of a kite, Amit Trivedi's passionate delivery hits all the right notes. The song is penned by singer and lyricist Swanand Kirkire and the duo have a winner on their hands.

'Shubhaarambh', sung by singers Shruti Pathak and Divya Kumar, is popping with folk sounds that transport you straight to a garbha ground. Also penned by Swanand Kirkire, this number is vibrant

'Meethi Boliyaan', like the name suggests, is a melodic number with composer Amit Triwedi and Coke Studio singer Mili Nair singing their hearts out to the lyrics of Swanand Kirkire. It's a wholesome acoustic experience, and Mili's fresh voice will stay with you much after the last notes fade.

Verdict: The music of 'Kai Po Che' soars on a high note.

in.com's pick: 'Shubhaarambh'

in.com rating: 4/5


Listen to the entire album here.

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