Singer Sanjay Tiwari’s beautiful music video “Sukoon” with soothing voice is becoming popular recently with the release of Zee Music Company. The song has a unique blend of romance and pain. Not only has Sanjay Tiwari sung it but he is also seen in the video along with Vikram Bham and Juhi Arora.
There is a lot of emotion in this song and its visuals are touching the hearts of the audience. Written by Sameer Anjaan and composed by Preeni Siddhant Madhav, the song has a romantic feel to it as well as a pain. Sanjay Tiwari’s voice narrates the song effectively and beautifully. The director of this video is Kiran Wagh.
The song tells the story of how the girl is not in a mood to forgive the boy. The song also depicts the happy moments between two lovers. The actors in the video have been successful in expressing their feelings.
Singer Sanjay Tiwari, who has studied classical music for 5 years from Suresh Wadekar’s music school Ajivasan, said that the songs and music of the 90s are settled in my mind. This song belongs to the same zone and same culture. This song is going to give the same feeling. I consider myself lucky to have got an opportunity to work with a legend lyricist like Sameer Anjaan. On hearing its audio, a picture was being made in front of the eyes and its video has also been shot along with a story.
Actor Vikram Bham said that when I heard this song for the first time, my heart got a strange relief and I formed a good bonding with Sanjay. There is pain in this song, there is emotion and the story of separation has been told in the video.
Vikram said that the working experience with Juhi Arora during the shooting of this song has been amazing. One day I cried a lot, I think the audience is also relating themselves to this song. Sanjay Tiwari, who holds an engineering and MBA degree, has a passion for music and singing and is working on some projects in the future as well.
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