Kai Po Che

Kai Po Che

Album Category: Hindi, Film
Year: 2013
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik, Amit Trivedi
Lyricist: Swanand Kirkire
Label: Sony Music
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Album Credits: MUSICIANS: ISRAJ: Arshad Khan; SHEHNAI: Omkar Dhumal; GUITAR: Max Clouth, Sanjoy Das (Bapi); DRUM: Darshan Doshi; BASS GUITAR: Rushad Mistary. SOUND ENGINEERS: Shadab Rayeen, More...
 
Film Credits: DIRECTOR: Abhishek Kapoor. PRODUCER: Ronnie Screwvala, Siddharth Roy Kapur. WRITER: Pubali Chaudhuri, Chetan Bhagat, Supratik Sen, Abhishek Kapoor. ACTOR: Raj Kumar - III, More...
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Manjha
Singer: Amit Trivedi
Music Director: Amit Trivedi
Lyricist: Swanand Kirkire
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Shubhaarambh
Singer: Shruti Pathak, Divya Kumar
Music Director: Amit Trivedi
Lyricist: Swanand Kirkire
Genre: Gujarati Folk, Filmi
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Meethi Boliyan
Singer: Amit Trivedi, Mili Nair
Music Director: Amit Trivedi
Lyricist: Swanand Kirkire
Genre: Pop
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Amdavad
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Pop, New Age, Gujarati Folk
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Bowl Me Over
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Gujarati Folk, Pop, Filmi
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Giant Wheel
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Filmi
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Govind's Theme
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: New Age, Sugam
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Homeless
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Filmi, New Age
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Hope
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Filmi, Pop
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Ishaan Rising
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Sugam
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Kai Po Che
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: New Age, Pop
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Shattered Ground
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Filmi, New Age
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Spark My Love
 
Music Director: Hitesh Sonik
Genre: Pop
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Trivia


 

    Album

  • This film was based on Chetan Bhagat's bestselling novel "The 3 Mistakes Of My Life" (2008). Bhagat was involved in adapting his book for the screen. Writers Pubali Chaudhuri, Chetan Bhagat, Supratik Sen, and Abhishek Kapoor were jointly awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Screenplay for the film.
  • This was Sushant Singh Rajput's debut Hindi film. In the days following Sushant's suicide in June 2020, director Vivek Agnihotri revealed that he had signed the actor before this film for "Hate Story" (2012). However, Sushant couldn't work in it since he was under contract with Balaji Telefilms who refused to release him.[1][2]
  • Hitesh Sonik's background score for the film was widely appreciated. He won the Filmfare Award for Best Background Score for it. Based on popular demand, a separate soundtrack album was released a few months after the film's release. This album included the film's songs as well as its background score themes.
  • Director Abhishek Kapoor opted for relative newcomers to play the film's lead roles after more established actors declined to work in the three-hero film.[3]
  • Chetan Bhagat's son Ishaan appeared in the film in a cameo role. He played the son of the character played by Rajkumar Yadav and was named Ishaan in the film as well. Yadav's character had named his son Ishaan after his friend, who was played by Sushant Singh Rajput. Chetan Bhagat had named these characters Ishaan after his son.[4]
  • Sushant Singh Rajput's role as a cricket coach in this film helped him bag his career-defining, titular role in "M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story" (2016).[5][6]

    Song

  • Manjha - This song had different versions in the film and the audio release. The film version of the song had backup vocals by singer K. Mohan which was not present in the version in the audio release.
  • Meethi Boliyan - This was singer Mili Nair's first Hindi film song. She had previously sung the songs "Badri Badariya" and "Yatra" in the Coke Studio Season 2 episode produced by Amit Trivedi. She had also sung a jazz-based cover of "Aaja Aaja Main Hoon Pyar Tera" ("Teesri Manzil", 1966) in the film "Ekk Main Aur Ek Tu" (2011). The song, arranged by Clinton Cerejo, had appeared in the film but not in the audio release.[7][8]



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